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8 more turkeys awarded; Register now for Christmas of I Fist A Archive -- Monies. IP. jow Eight persons claimed turkeys in the second drawing of the Thanksgiving and CM istmns sea son last Wednesday I'ltvnonn. Th- I" k"ys we e presented by 25 Fay ctte businessmen. Those who held the winning nnmbers were: GeiaM Peterman of Randalia; Irnogenc Hanson, Mrs. Bill Orr, Ray Potter, Tom Toman, Rueben Jones, Loren/o Morse and Winnie Mae Zbornik, al! of Fayette. Since 15 turkeys were scheduled to be given away last Wednesday, and only eight were claimed, the other seven will be included in the drawing, Friday, Dec. 15. This will make a total of 17 numbers to be drawn on that date. The final turkey drawing will be held on Friday, Dec. 22. On this date numbers for 10 turkeys, plus those not claimed the previous Fri day, will be drawn. If the turkeys are not claimed by C p. m., more numbers will be drawn at 8 p. m. The drawing will continue then until all turkeys are given away that night. The list of winning numbers will be placed In each of the participating stores at 1 p. m. on the d;iys of the d'awing. PI 8 p fn. !•' id •• Dec. 22. the winning numbers will bo announced in each of the stores. All :;t'il)s from licke Is given out tiie |) >Kl ft w weeks have Uvn dis carded, ;imi new tickets for the Christmas drawing are now avail ;ible ill the business place "I each of the sponsors. laical businessmen who are nmking the drawing possible are: . Ed's Deep Rock station, Fayette Volume 47, Number 48 Co-op Creamery, People s Natural Gas, Singer Plumbing and Heat ing, Farm Bureau Insurance, Xa- bnskie's garage, Upper Iowa university. Joyce Lumber Co., McLeese - Leytze Furniture, Dr. Paul (iourley, Carley Plumbing and Heating, Bill's Super Valu, Wilke and Wilke Produce, Ott's Drive-In, Maurer's Shoes and Clothing, Fay ette Slone Co., Harry's Cities Service, Dr. Scott Linge, Daniels Drug store, Belles Wright Funeral home. Interstate Power Co., United Window Co., State Bank of Fayette, Fayetlt- Theater and Hie Fayette Leader. In a separate drawing last Wed nesdny, sponsored by the Lewis 5c to $1 sto:'c, turkeys \vc:e awarded lo M:\rjorie Uolv/nvm ami M s. James Wright. 1 he Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Ihursduy, November 30, 1961. F;\yrUe, Iowa Six Pages This Issue Tax for Whose Farm Is The Mystery Farm? ' Junior Miss/' B oadivvv * ».• Hit to fc? presented Here "Junior Miss", a comedy which enjoyed a very successful run on Broadway several seasons ago, will be presented on the Upper Iowa campus Thursday and Friday, Dec. 7 and 8, in th<> Colgrove' Walker auditorium. Curtain time is scheduled for 8:If. u. m. Appea-ing in the t'tV role in the P"oduction is Diane Porland. the dinghter of Mr. and M"s. Howard Borland of Oelwein J"dv is 13, and caught completelv in the tiroes of adolescence. She :ias an am azing capacity for i . ating crises but usually manages t > nve t a major catastrophe. He- best friend and confident, Fuffy, is played by Joan Froscher, daughter of Mrs. Marjorie Froscher ot Downer? Grove, 111. Judy's father is played by Lany Crow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Crow of Winthrop, her mother, F.B. extension Staff to attend- ,*~ Conference in Ames Fayette county's agricultural and home economics extension service staff will be attending the annual extension conference at Ames December 4 through 6. Members of the staff attending will be Extension Assistant Dorothye Busching, Extension Associate Harold L. Boulton, and County Extension Director M. C. Wangsness. The conference this year has been designed to help the staff members to appraise the current social and economic situation, points of view on current developments affecting economic growth, agriculture, families and communities. They will be addressed by Economist Karl Fox, Sociologist George Beal, Political Scientist Ross Talbot of Iowa State university, Editor Carl Hamilton of Iowa Falls, Opinion Pollster Sam Lubell of New York City, and E. T. York, Jr., director of the federal extension service, and others. (J a'e G 'avi s by I.ymie Lebin. rlai'g'ite • o M . : ,ivl 'M s I • -"is Lebin ol' Wilme He. [!!.; and her olcle 1 sister I/>is bv l.e'.i (;i:< s daughter 01 M •. ;,n.l M s .lose p'l (Iiler. of Marshall! wn. Scotl Lebin. son o!' M". and M s. Louir. L- bin Wi'm It' , I '.. p'.iys J. B. Qi.tis, M •. G :>.\vs' em;i'ny er; Clair Pete r son, sen o! M". and Ms. Stewaet Ptte'sem. Ceeia • Falls, as Willis Reynolds, Judy's uncle; and Gc'aldine Hilly, cl'iugh ter of M . ami M -s. \V. E. Oilley, Fayelte, as Hilda, the- G'ave's' maid. Others in the 1 cast include. N:inry jane- Fellows, daughter 01 M s. Grace Follows. Ke:i«intg, Mas;, as Ellen Curtis; flalph Sale no, se.n ol M '. and M s. Hoy SaVrno, Chi cago, as Joe; Robe. 1 ,1 C ow, son 01' M'. and M s. Kobe t T. Crow. Wadona, as Barlow Adams. Party Voge-, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Vogel, West Oivingc, N. J., is seen as a Western Union boy; Jeff p ree copy Q f mystery Burge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd _ . Burge, Chicago, in., as Haskei Farm picture to owner or^ Lime Springs, as Henry. Dennis The picture above was taken Lamport, son of Mrs. R. A. Lam of a farm somewhere in Fayette port, Winterset, is shown as Tom county, in the vicinity of the my Arbuckle; Elmer Freyermuth, town of Fayette. The mystery son of Mrs. Cornelia Hamlell, of farm pictures are .-> scries spons- Edgewood, as Sterling Brown, and orod by the Fayi ic Leader frr Joe Claire, son of Mrs. C. J. Claire, the interest of its many readcru. Evanston, 111., as Charles. Chuck If the owner of the farm pic- Hawley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle tured above will slop in at the Hawley, Olin, plays Merrill Feur- Leader office he will receive free back, and Bob Sager, son of Mr. of charge a 5 x 7 glossy print of and Mrs. Mason Sager, Chicago, the picture. There is nothing to 111., as Albert Kunody. buy. All that is asked of the own- The production is under the di- er is n Jittle information so that rection of Mrs. William Esters and tne farm picture may be identi- will be open lo the public without fied for the public the following charge both nights. week. U.I.U. sfucfenfs rafe high In Bradley speech tourney State aid for couniy school Districts amojnts to $205,509.75 Investors club is Now open to women At the regular monthly meeting on Monday, Nov. 20, the all male Co-operative Investors club of West Union voted to open its membership to women. For several years the club has successfully debated the merits of common stocks without the benefit ot women's intuition. Repeated requests for membership by wives of members and others in West Union and the surrounding area was the reason - given for the change in the constitution. Women who wish to become members or > who wish further information may write to Dr. Herschel Hendrix,'President, Fayette. A few vacancies now exist. The .number of members is limited by the constitution. Story hour Saturday The- story hour, sponsored by the Kinderlein club, will resume at the public library, Saturday, Dec. 1, at the regular time of 10 a. m. William Daniels, Upper Iowa university senior from Chicago, received two superior ratings at the 15th annual Bradley speech tournament held recently. Upper Iowa students received six excellent ratings and five good ratings in various individual speech events at the nation's largest forensic tournament. Approximately GO colleges and universities from every part of the United States, including several Big Ten schools, attended this year's meet. Mr. Daniels was second highest in total points received in the discussion event which included 77 participants. Ted Olson of the University of the Pacific, received 141 points to win the event. Mr. Daniels received 140. They discussed the topic "What procedures should the federal government follow to protect the civil liberties of all citizens?" Daniels also received one of the six superior ratings given to the 66 participants in extemporaneous speaking. Daniels discussed the topic "Who has the responsibility of protecting civil liberties." Upper Iowa university participants in oral interpretation received four excellent ratings. They were Diane Borland, a senior from Oelwein; Barbara McShane, a sopho more from Springville; Tom We- nu'tte, a junior from Lime Springs; Tom Ham, a junior from Winlhrop; Larry Crow, a junior from Win thi'op, received an excellent rating in both radio speaking and after dinner speaking. Richard Robinson, a sophomore from Karlville, and Jeff Burge, a sophomore from Chicago, received good ratings in both after dinner speaking and radio newscasling. Dennis Lamport, a senior from Winterset, received a good rating in listening. Upper Iowa sent 21 persons to the Bradley tournament,- including coaches Dick Clark, assistant professor of history, and Mrs. Marcella Esters, instructor in speech am! drama. The Upper Iowa forensics team will participate in the State Uni versify of Iowa forensic tournament on Nov. 30, and Dec. 1 and 2. Ciener.'il stale aid for the schools of Fayelte county, in the amount of $'2(tr),r>l)!).7!) has been rec« ived at the office of r'ol'nly Supcrintcndrnt. of Schools A. S. Morse ill West Un ion. The state aide is for '.'M school districts for the school year lOiil) (il. Fayette Community school dis t r 'ict ranked fifth in the- amount of slate aid received. Ci'rmval state aid is paid according to I lie mini be)' of pupils anil high school slu dents attending school. The warrants for the respective schools will be IOK.110 per cent of the claims filed with the Stale 1 I)e partmi'iit (if Public Instruction, which means thai each district will receive approM'mal.ely ei^lil per cent more stale 1 aid than they ac Surprised on birthday MAYNAKD Sheila Ilillman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hillman, was surprised Friday, Nov. il, when numbers ol ihe lirsl grade at Hie Maynard .school me! at the former Lunch Hox cafe af ter classes to help her celebrate her .seventh birihdav anniversary. Assisting her mother with the entertainment and lunch were Sheila's, grandmother, Mrs. Bruce Ilillman ot Oclwcin, and her aunt, Mrs. James itochford of Simmer. Those present included: Hraci Rirdnow, Hruce I'ape, Brice I'ape, Dean Sleegp, (lleiin Stecge, Deb bie Palmer, Myron Arthur, Janet Sliter, Linda Cushion, Bobby (Hew, James Leonhart. Daryl Rofl, Kay Butnneke, Ricky Cole, Paul Bahf, John Crabtroe, Jimmy Klink, Elaine Vandersce, Cindy Cushion, Kimmie Ilillman and Nine Rochford. Cattle feeders weigh-in All junior cattle feeder projects will be weighed Dec. 9 from 10 to 11 a. m. at the Maynard Co-op, in Maynard. The boys with junior cattle feeder projects, and their fathers, will be guests of the Fayette County Beef Producers association at noon. River Riders to meet The Volga Hiver Riders will hold their regular meeting Saturday evening, Dec. 'i, with an oyster supper for the owners of the land they rode over this summer. An officers meeting will be held Tuesday evening at the home. 1 , of Dutch Murphy. t'lally filed for. Schcnl districts receiving stale : ill and the 1 amounts for each are ;:s follows: 'VHini.'.!"!! Independent school elis I'ii-l, .*:>..'i:il.r>Y; l-'a\itle Comiium ity school di:.lrict, $l(i,:;VI.;'.i!; North Fayelli 1 County Community srlim;! (list 'i'l. HJ.:):)!;.!):!: Oelwein Com in 'inly school district, ¥(i^..'lVI.!lll: TII ke y Valley Comnr.mily school elisHit. ?! I.:iJ.:,,','!: Valley Coinmi'ii ity school ("stiicl, ?-:'./,'„',;!!..'.'•; West Cenl'al C.'oiiimiinily school di.U'jil. • WI,lli'i.!M. Dover No. .'i rural in N-penelenl S. boot clislriel, $fi:!(!..'<.'i: Dover No. Ii, SViT-Ul; Kail-field No. I, :;r,l!l.I',:; Fairlidd No, :!, ^IH7.::i: Fail fie Id No. -'(. .Sy:!II7.'i; Faii-fii M '-'o. -'>. •*!.<ill.!!i. Fairfield No, C, :?i:i7.".!; Fairl'ii Id No. '!, .V'iill.liV: Fairlie Id No. it, £llli;.!l)l; Putnam No. I, ^!'.';. ill; Putnam No. '.>, fril(;..;!: Piiln ,111 No. C, Siril.li); Putnam ,'vi. 7. . '•:,. M7; Putnam No. H, M7!..!.'/: Putnam No. II, ?7-ll(,(;:i; Scott No. I. '-II Mil; Scott No. ;>, :;"/IU.:il; Smilnlield No. 1, $:)i;f!., r )7; Smithfield No. -I, >'!l : i. ,'i:i; Smithfield No. fi, .fi;i:!.!l!); Smilhl'icld No. (J, :,•;', 1!. \i. Claude Smith, Jr., New representative The Fayelle county Farm Bu iraii hoard has aiinounce-el tin 1 a|i poinlment of Claude Smith, Jr., as special agent lo represent the Farm Bureau insurance service;; in this county. Horn in Fayette, Claude grad uateil from Kaye-Ue Community high school in I!)Hi and Uppe-i 1 loua university in l!J. r i.'i with a U.S. ck- grcu. He served in the 1 United States air force for three ye-ais. Previous to joining Farm Bun-mi insurance services he was employed as a grocer with the Smith g/ocv ivy in Fayelte. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are 1 the par enls of three diiughtei s, 1Kb'a It, Lori (J, and Kathy -I. lie recently (xunpicti 1 :! the- home office 1 insurance tra 'ling .school, and will fie- .serving Fai in liurcati nu'inbers in Weslfielel, Centor and Pleasant Valley townships. road use in 1962 Partners urged to redeem feed grain certificates \ 'Farmers who have feed grain * "Icates which were Issued to for diverting cbrn and grain rghum acitWje fr«n production r the 1991' feed grain program „. remindea that' the certificate ihould be redeemed within 30 days to order t^ retail th^ Cull value to jjrowers. > ' ' "Bills .W. ^mmqft^ chairman of (be Fayette County Agricultural Kablliiation and Conservation com- mittee, said today that some farmers are just holding their feed grain certificates under the mistaken notion that the actual value of the certificates will remain th,e same as the face value for an indefinite period. The truth is, Mr. Thompson explained, that CCC will pay the producer the full face value of the certificates only It they are presented within 30 days of issuance, If a certificate is not redeemed in grain or submited to the Commodity Credit Corporation for marketing within 30 days after it is issued, storage and handling charges will be deducted from the face value of th.e certificate. The deduction will be at the rate of one- twentyfifth ; o/ one per cent per day, beginning 1 on the 31st day after issuance and continuing unlit re- deemed. Under the 19fil feed grain program, participating producers have the privilege of redeeming their certificates either in grain or a cash rquivilant of grain. Producers who wish to receive cash instead of grain for their certificates may "nsk the CCC to act as their agents in marketing the certificates. While the certificates arc negotiable, only p-ndn'."?'^ v-hn receive them for dive, iiiii{ acreage under the feed gruin pvog 'am may redeem them in cash. 1'ioclicws may get cash for their coi-UficnUsi at the county AECS ' o'fi, o. Mr. Thompson urges p odiice s to examine their cei lificBU^ ctr.'c fully and lo redeem them''within Hut 30-day period in order that no (Us count may apply. F.flertive .Ian. 1, l!Xi2, cities and towns in loua will have an additional *:i.:il!0.(XK) for theii- roads and M evts. il is estimated by the towa (Ineiel Ho.-uls assnciation. This rep ie.-:ents an increase of over . r ), r ) per <e-il in rnail use taxes to cities and 1'iwiis over iV previous allocation. Tii'- inc v.i.-; - results from the allo ''I' 'ii > ' l.'t pe:- cent of road use 1'ives by 1'ic last session of the I. .;i-,!ntii 'i 'I'he ailue-alion of the road use (•is inn;! in 10(10 meant $U.237.,'Jl to Fa .M lie. In 'I!)!i2 it is estimated F.ivtle will receive from (he state ••''.''• H'l. 'I lik will mean an int-rc-ase • ii •>').!Y.I In:- l-'ayctte-. 'ih' 1 i ii hi use tax fund is made up in iivmiy fi'om the state gaso line I.K, motor vehicle rogistra Boy Scouts annual meet at Waterloo '•'ie .••nniial meeting of the Wap i nil 11 A>'ea C'diineil, Hoy Scouts .in i lea will !«• held at the Jolm I 1 '• e Supervisors' club in Water -.MI Tuesday evening. Dee. 5, at >'':'•" p m.. aeroi'ding to Dr. Eugene (i i !•! , council president. '! in I'awdcn, president of the I'.M'.iii Hill CdiMicil, Hoy Scouts of •M 'i 'a. with headquai ters in I >.i\i n,iu.•(, \\ill be the guest speak e.- ol the evening. Mr. Bawden i; Hie vice president of Bawden I; etliers. Inf., an advertising ag- • ii v in Diivrnpcvl. 'I'm hiismesr, pnrtiim of the meet- in ; will include 1 reports of the V 1 -'•' activities anil the election ii- ci.i'iicil officers anil executive .'..-.I (I ,'(«• (lie year l.'Wl'. l-'oiin il and dint ict officers, In '•'• : 'ti:l 'iin.il He'p.v.si nlative'S, and i .mil; ;l and district members a I •. . ,;e anil tin ii- wives arc 1 invited iM' 1 tiei|rile ill this dinner meci in 1 , iii Hie i .iiincil. Reservations in iy h-' m.ide hy contacting the I,ii> ; ,ioul nilico in Waterloo by in el ii:' leli phone. Loud sales increase Over 4300 thousand Sales of United Stales savings bonds in Iowa dm in;; October were Mime than $111)1) thousand higher than lor (lie same month in 1!WO. 'I lie stale recorded sales of $!),7!)7, '/IN', boosting tin 1 111 month total I ' ; KM,lll.'i,i), I for 1(1 per cent of its annual goal. FuiTc.sl M. Cl.-ixlon of Fayelte, Miluntee.' «> chairman, rc'porled liial (K-UvUcr sales in i-'uyetli 1 conn ty ue-e $({<;. .idV, making a 10 MMiilli total ul $l.:«l().»:)7 for 7(i per rent ul its llflil i|UOta. Mi. (.'laxtoii urged all residents ul the county to help boost the sales total by purchasing savings builds thi.s year for Christmas gills. lion fees, the use tax on vehicles and lo per cent of the sales tax which covers sales of motor veh,lck> accessories. The road use tax fund is allocated to three governmental jurisdictions. The state highway system, the county road system, and cities and towns. Counties and cities have property tax levies to support roads and st-ecls. In addition cities and towns have street income from special assessments. 'I lie state has no other source of income for roads and must rely solely on ro.'id use tar. money coming p. imarily from the gasoline lax and motor vehicle registrations together with a portion of thi sales lax and the use tax. The legislature allocated the road use taxes on the following basis: 47 per cent to the state primary road system, AO per cent to the secondary road system, and 13 per cent lo cities and towns. Before this distribution is made, however, money is taken "off the top" of the fund For the railroad crossing protection fund, $12U,(MX); $500,000 for park and institutional roads; $. r i(X).lNK) for secondary and urban road engineering; find $2,500.000 to match Federal Aid for Ihe Inter- slate System in Iowa. Cities and towns will also be required to file a map with the Iowa Highway Commission designating its arterial and local street system. Seventy-five per cent of the stale funds must be spent on the arterial street system and 25 per cent mast bo spent on tne local street system. There is., no. control by the state, however, over where the local monies from property taxes are spent and special assessments are against affected property owners. Cities over 5,000 population are required to file a three-year construction plan and cities under ;">,(XX) are required to file a one- year plan. This is similar to requirements now made of Iowa counties. In addition the cities and towns are required to file a report on the expenditures by the city or town on the roads and streets at the end of each year, the Iowa Good Hoads association release said. Music club to meet The Music club will meet Monday, Dec. 4, in lht_> music room of the FayiUe high school at ti p. m. All parents of children in vocal music or hand are urged to attend. Vocal music is taught in all of the grades. BAKE SALE The Freshman class of Fayette high school is sponsoring a bake sale lo In.- held from 8 a. m. to 12 noon, Saturday, Dec. 2. The sale will be held in the office of the Fayette Leader. Sorges to observe 50th cmniverary with open honse M'. and M-s. Lemie So-ge will (ibsi-.'ve llie-i.' With wedding anniversary on Sunday, Dec. 10, with an op n house to be held nt the Fi si Methodist church in Fayette, from '>, to I i). in. The former Alma Cannell and Louie So'gi. 1 we.v murriud on Dec. 14, 1911, in the home of her par- ^nls, the late Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Cannell, in Center township. M 's. Sorgo has one brother, Dor- Key Cannell, of m a • Sumner. Mr. So 'ge has two sisters, M >- 8, Edna Stoh' of Oelwein, and Mrs. H'-n y Nolle of Waverly, and one brother, Wesley Sorge of Hawkeye. M.\ and Mrs. Sorge are the parents of one son, Delmar, of Randalia, and two grandsons, Darwin and Dennis Sorge. The Sorges farmed near Randalia about 30 years. They ret.. ed and moved to Fayette in 1958. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar 'Sorge and sons will be hosts at the open house.

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