Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 28, 1961 · Page 6
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December 28, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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Year in review - - (Continued from Page 5) collision near Maynard on August 29. Fay- tic i o meml>crs of the NFO held a meeting Wednesday even- ins Sept. G. at the West Union library. Purpose of the meeting was to elect county officers. September 21 — Newcomers to the town of Fayette were officially greeted Sunday afternoon al a "get together" at Klocks Island park. More than lot) prisons attended during the afternoon. A fall out shelter which will ac­ comodate from 80 to 100 people will soon IK.' built at the north edge of Fayette. The shelter will be built by the United Window Company. .John G. Johnson, partner in the law firm of Saur and Johnson in Oelwein, has been appointed to serve as the executive council member for the lUtli judicial district. The announcement was made Ibis week by Cordon K. Darling, Winlerset attorney and president of the Junior Bar section of the Iowa State Bar association. September 28 — The Fayette cardinals paid the highest honor possible to their fathers on "Dads- Night" Friday night, with a 70 victory over Waukon their first Dads Night victory in five years. In a ceremony recently. Mayor Jack Beck opened the valve that turned natural gas into the lines of Fayette. The overtime parking ticket case, involving city attorney W. V. Clark, and the town of Fayette will be carried to the district court, according to information received from Mayor Jack Beck's court. October 5 — Chuck Chase took top honors this week in the second weekly football contest; second prize goes to Tom Schmidt, who missed only four. This year's Homecoming parade, to be held at 10 a. m., Saturday, Oct. 7. 19G1 is expected to be one of the largest. The total of 40 units are expected to particip ate. The cardinals brought home their third victory of the season Friday, by beating West Union 7-0. Seven queen candidates have been named by campus organizations named by campus - organizations to run for Upper Iowa university homecoming queen of 1961. They are: Sharon Blaker, Clara Jane Baker, Sue Bender, Ann Kunkle, Nancy Morrison, Gayle Wharram and Kathy Shafer. October 12 — Two full slates of canidates for the city election were filed with Town Clerk, Archie Woods, prior to the deadline, Tuesday, Oct. 10. The two canidates for mayor include the incumbent, Jack Beck, and John Fay, who has previously served as Fayette mayor. Vera and Harold Schmidt have announced plans to have a complete closing out sale of their grocery business and open a women's apparel shop in the same location. Nineteen year old Rebecca Sue Bodley of Maynard escaped injury last Wednesday evening when her car went out of control and slammed into a telephone pole. The accident occured west of Fay_ ette. The car was demolished. Miss Nancy Sue Morrison, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Morrison of Greensburg, Ind., was elected Homecoming queen at Upper Iowa university Saturday. October 19 — Henry A. Buenneke was re-elected president of the Maynard Savings Bank at the stock holders annual meeting, Tuesday evening, Oct. 10. Miss Anna Wilson, who has been secretary of the Fayette County Mutual Telephone Company for the past 18 years, and manager of the local office, resigned this week. The 1961 62 boys' 4-H county officers were elected at the annual 4-H awards banquet held recently at Maynard. They are: President, Gary Gamier; vice president, James Harrison; secretary-tres- ury, Gary Brownell, and reporter- historian, Lanny Gibson. The Fayette Lions club is again this fall sponsoring a white elephant sale, with the proceeds to be used on their "sight saving" program, and other community projects. October 26 — A pancake supper-, sponsored by the local American Legion Post and a white elephants sale including a car, sponsored by the Fayette Lions club will be the top attraction in Fayette Saturday. Fayette county 4-H girls held their annual Mother Daughter awards tea Saturday with over 300 4-H mcmlicrs. mothers and friends present. Miss Mari Kuwahara. a student at Upper Iowa university, spoke to the group on her child hood experiences in Japan. 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 Sumner. November 2 — Mrs. Ed Gooder has been hired as secretary of the Fayette County Mutual Telephone Company to replace Miss Anna Wilson, and assumed her duties this week. Millard Nelson, Jr., of Clermont was elected president of the Fayette County Farm Bureau at the annual meeting Thursday, Oct. 2fi. He succeeds Rodney Drewes of West Union, who has served in the president capacity for the past three years. Charles Robert Smith, member of the West Central Chapter of the Future Farmers of America, won the freshmen Creed Speaking contest this week, over 22 other freshman F. F. A. boys. He will represent the West Central chapter in the sub-district Creed Speaking contest to be held in Oelwein in the spring. Warrants in supplements state aid to county schools were received this week at the office of A. S. Morse, County Superintendent of schools. The Fayette Community school district received the second largest amount in the county in the amount of $9,358.02. November 9 — Jack Beck was re-elected Mayor of Fayette Tuesday by the slim margin of 10 votes. In the Maynard election Earl Foss was reelected; and Grant Vargason was declared mayor of Randalia with a write-in vote. A dedication program for the new elementary school and gym addition to the Maynard school will be held at 2 p. m., Sunday, Nov. 12. Clair Claxton of Randalia will represent Fayette County Farm Bureau in the policy making session at the state Farm Bureau convention in Des Moines on Nov. 13-15. Kenneth Jenson, West Union: Charles Pleggenkuhle, Hawkeye; Larry Recker, Arlington; C. E. Schuchman, Hawkeye; and Donald Scott, West Union. The West Union city council and the Board of Trustees of Palmer Memorial hospital have announced plans for an expansion campaign to add additional bed space, storage space and a major operating room to the existing hospital in West Union. Friday night the Fayette Card inalettes basketball team will play Arlington for their first game of the season. November 23 — Arrangements were made this week by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mc Leese and Don Kimball for the purchase of the McLecse-Leytze Furniture store in Fayette. The new owners will take possession on Feb. 1, 1902. John W. Ingles of Maynard has been named champion pork pro dueer of Fayette county, it was announced today by Farmers Hybrid Hogs of Hampton, sponsors of the national champion pork producers contest. Five person claimed turkeys at the first Thanksgiving turkey drawing last Friday. They are: Mrs. John Duwe, Mrs. Sadie Woods, Mrs. Ronald Nnding, Mrs. John Soloman and Hud llulbert. Memlx-rs of the West Central chapter of the Future Farmers of America have chosen Sherla Herman as their current sweetheart. She will reign as queen for the remainder of the school year. November 30 — "Junior Miss" broadway hit co medy. will lx' presented on the Upper Iowa campus Thursday and Friday, Dec.7 and 8, in the Cole- g.-ove Walker auditorium. Appearing in the title roll is Diane Borland of Oelwein. William Daniels, Upper Iowa university senior from Chicago, received two superior rating at the 15th annual Bradley speech tournament held recently. Upper Iowa students receiving six excellent ratings and five good ratings in various individual speech events at the nations largest forensic tournament. The Fayette county Farm Bureau board has announced the ap­ pointment of Claude Smith, Jr., as special agent to represent the Farm Bureau insurance services in this county. Dec 7 — Joe Wright, owner of the Belles- Wright Funeral Home in Fayette has been appointed Westfield township chairman for the Palmer Memorial hospital expansion program. Kermit Teig. allied towns chairman, made the announcement this week. The menu for the tenth annual "wild game dinner" was announce- cd recently by Dr. Eugene E. Garbce, president of Upper Iowa university. The annual event is scheduled to take place in the home of President G.irbee on Monday, Dec. 11. Earl Schneider was elected president of the Fayette Chamber of Commerce for the coming year, at the meeting last Thursday night. Other officers are: C. R. Lewis, Vice President: Mrs. Jack Beck, secretary; Russell Svvartz, treasurer. Directors are: M. P. Stoncman, Virgil Horcbert, and Jack Beck. Eldon Otterstein of Fayette plated first with his butter entry at the Iowa Creamery Operations ass ociation, section 14, meeting Thursday at Volga City. December 14 — Fayette received about seven inches of new snow Sunday and Monday night and the mercury skidded to about l!ti below zero ' Tuesday night. Carroll Grimes, general chairman of the Palmer Memorial hospital expansion program, reported a total of $107,273 at the report meeting held Tuesday in West Union. Upper Iowa university students Thousands of diabetics Unaware of ailment November 16 — The Fayette county N. F. O. group have received their chapter from • the National Farmers Organization at Corning, la. At the county meeting of N. F. O. members, held in West Union, Wednesday, the following men were elected to represent Fayette county at the N. F. O. convention in Des Moines, Dec. 7 and 8: Luke Blong, St Lucas; A. Walter Earkel, Sumner; Aaron Howard, Sumner; Thank you for your many kind expressions, of confidence It 's been a pleasure to have you as one of our valued patrons. WALTER EHLERS BLACKSMITH Phone 22 Maynard, Iowa Of. Here's to the New Year l : , and friends who gave us their loyal support New Year to all HAAS . A AND BEAUTY SI ALL GOOD LUCK IN THE NEW YE FAYETTE SPEED WASH Larry, Nancy and, Shawn, Parlay It's estimated that more than two and a half million person in the United States have diabetes, and almost half of that number arc unaware that they have the ailment. Diabetes is a condition in which the body loses its ability to convert sugars and starches into needed energy, explains the Iowa State Department of Health. This occurs when the pancreas fail to produce insulin, a hormone needed to do the conversion. begin their Christmas vacation Friday, Dec. 15, and resume studies Wednesday, Jan 3. The Fayette Community schools will begin their holiday Friday, Dec. 22 and return Jan 2. At the recent meeting of the town council at Maynard, Robert Bergman was sworn in as councilman to succeed Lester Foss who had resigned. December 21 — Mr. Roy E. Carwell, credit manager and controller of Ris-Van divison of Armour and Co., will be associated with General Plast- ronics Inc. He will be general manager of all operation in addition to being on the Board of Directors as executive vice president of General Plastronics Inc., of Garner. Last rites were conducted this week for Ida Burns from the First Methodist church and for Clyde Ashby, from the Belles- Wright funeral home. The sugars and starches in the body accumulate, and the kidneys increase the quantity of urine in order to wash them away. A diabetic is likely to be increasingly hungry and thirsty, although he may begin to lose weight. New tests enable doctors to diagnose diabetes more accurately. Diabetes, or at least a tendency toward it, may be inherited. And although not all overweight persons become diabetic, more than 80 per cent of all adult diabetics were overweight before the disease developed. Until insulin was isolated in 1922, diabetes was almost always fatal. Now with proper medical care, the well-controlled diabetic can live a virtually normal life. Modern treatment includes a balance of diet, physical activity, and, where needed, medication. The medication is either insulin injections, oral drugs, or a combination of both. Today there is no known cure for diabetes. Before a cure can be found it will be necessary to find the cause of the disease that brings on the symptoms of diabetes. However progress to date has made it possible to recognize, treat and reduce the complications of diabetes. Neglect of the condition may lead to heart disease, failing eyesight, hardening of the arteries, kidney disorders, gangrene, cerebral hemorrhage, or diabetic coma. Your physican can' easily check to see if you have diabetes. Call him. Escapes Eugene Van Berkel, 12, of near Rock Valley was almost unhurt though bruised, when a tractor he was driving overturned and pinned him beneath it recently. He was getting his father's cattle home from the field when he attempted to turn the vehicle. It apparently hit a soft spot and rolled over. He was badly bruised but had no broken bones. It was a i asare to serve you during the past year. To all our friends we say happy New Year. LUCY'S Garden of Eaten' Fayette, Iowa irSTIMETOWISHYOUA M C LEESE-LEYTZE FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE Ralph and Buelah McLeete Phone 160 With father time we wish you good luck and good health FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANY ERNIE VERMAZEN Fayette, Iowa

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