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January 11, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 1

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P<* Mofcft ' Dcpt. of Hist. & DCS Moineg, 19, low* The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland VolurrJj 48, Number 2 Thursday, January 1 I, 1962, Fayette, Iowa Four Pages This Issue THE FIRST PICTURE taken of Jonna Leo Dunn, "Little Miss 1962", taken In her new home/ Is printed above. The picture was taken a few hours after she and her mother came home from the hospital last Saturday. The first baby of the new year was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dunn, of Fayette. Mrs. Dunn is shown holding her daughter. Two day clinic on set Feed handling technique Parent-teacher conference Scheduled for next week On Thursday and Friday Jan. 25 and 26 a small number of Fayette county livestock producers will have the opportunity of enrolling in a two-day clinic on feedlot modernization and mechanization. Dale Hull and Vernon Meyer, agricultural engineers of Iowa State University, and Area Economist L~ J. Bodensteiner will assist the .county extension staff with the clinic to be held at Fayette, in the Farm Bureau Building, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. They will consider factors affecting feedlot modernization, such as sight selection and building orientation. There will be a short tour during the afternoon of the first day to visit ' two ' or three farms. The second day, Friday, Jan. 26, will deal .with the final planning phases, planning for beef and dairy enterprises and for swine production. The session will end with a consideration of the Window treatments, To be discussed The meeting on "Window Treatments and Fabrics" will be held this Thursday, Jan. 11, at 1:30 p. m. in the Farm Bureau extension office, Fayette. The meeting is open to all interested in attending. Information discussed will include new fabrics available and their proper care, ways to handle problem windows in the home and hints on new window treatment that are interesting. Do plan to attend this meeting and bring a carload of friends! capital required and prospects for return on capital invested. The enrollment svill be small because of the intense nature of the study. For this reason, the enrollments will be on first-come, first- served basis. Enrollments may be made by sending a card to the extension director at Fayette stating that you want to enroll in the Feed Handling and Livestock Production School. Remember the date and time: Jan 25 and 2G, 9 a. m. to 3: p. m., Farm Bureau Building, Fayette. NEWLY ELECTED MEMBERS of the Fayette town council are shown above as they took the oath of office at the first council meeting of the year, Tuesday, Jan. 2. Left to right, they are: Mayor Jack Beck, Roger Bowen, Robert Addy, Claude Smith, Jr., Tom Hennlg, and Earl Gallaher Justice of the Peace Lysle Woolridge, at the right, admlnstered the oath. Federal funds for (J.I.U, C/OSS fd present" W. S. C. S. circle to meet W. S. C. S. circles to meet on Jan. 17, are the Rachel circle with Mona Martin, giving the -devotions. A noon luncheon will be served to the public. Chairman are lola Stannard, Mildred Benningtcn, and Thelma Doughty. Deborah circle will meet with Stella Lund and Emma Masters as co-hostess. Nellie Kiel will give the devotions, and Anna Wilson the lesson. Ester circle will meet with Margaret McSweeney and Bonnie Kiel co-hostess. Alta Owen will give the devotions and Hannah Brown will give the lesson. Serve pancake supper The Boy Scouts of Fayette will serve their annual pancake supper on Wednesday. Jan. 17, Serving will be from 5 p. m. to 7:30 p. m. in the Farm Bureau building in Fayette, with 75 cents for adults and 50 cents for children. All proceeds will go toward camping expenses. Services held Monday For Mrs. Fred Schwarz MAYNARD — Funeral services for Mrs. Fred ( Emma ) Schwarz, 59, were held Monday afternoon Jan. 8, at the St. Paul's Lutheran church with the Rev. Herman J. Brandt officiating. Burial wns in the Long Grove cemetery, Maynard. Mrs. Schwnrz dieil at the home of her son, Allen, early Friday evening following a long illness. Besides her husband and son, Allen. She is survived by three other sons, Duane, Cory don, and Paul, Medford, Ore., and five grandchildren. Lunch program Near exhaustion Federal reimbursement funds for Iowa's public school lunch pro- • grams will be exhausted in March according to the most recent estimate of the State School Lunch Division. This will be about the same situation as last year so fat- as lunch funds are concerned, it was pointed out. Lunch programs receive reimbursement at the rate of four cents per lunch when the Federal ap- porpriation is large enough to pay all claims in full. However for Ihe pasl several years Federal funds have not been adequate to pay all claims. Best estimates now are for only a partial payment in March and no payment in April, May, and June. Iowa's allotment for public scho ols this year ( 19G1-19G2 ) was $1,364,997 which was an Increase of about five and one half per cent over last year. Pupil participation during the same period jumped six per cent. Over all this means less reimbursement per pupil eating school lunches. During the month of December the students taking part in the local school lunch program averaged 282 per day. Superintendent Dean Curtis staled lhat the average per day last school year was about 230 students, and the year lx;fore the average was about 200. The- price for hot lunch in the Fayette Community school system is 28 cents per day. Lunch programs are also reimbursed for extra milk served under the special milk program at the rate of four cents per half pint Milk served under this program must fulfill the sanitary requirements established by the State of Iowa and must contain at least 3.25 per cent butterfat. Iowa's share of the special milk program Federal appropation appears to be sufficient to pay all milk claims during the entire school year. Qn Open house Sunday For Charles BarnholU MAYNARD — The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnholt will be observed Sunday, Jan. 14,. at an open house at the Community hall from 2 to 4 p. m. Hostesses for the courtesy will be their nieces, Mrs. Clyde Sisk and Mrs. Fred Cheveller, both of Waterloo. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. The former Amanda Mlehe and Mr. Barnholt were married Jan. 10, 1912 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miehe, Maynard. They established their home in Melbourne where he owned the Melbourne Press, the town's > . ,.-;••» newspaper* THRBB MEN pictured are all recent employes of the Staff Bank Six years later they moved to > At the leftrli Ivan UndelL newest of the employe^ who |» Waterloo where he. was employed cashier. Mr. Clndetl was formerly employed at the First ''for "a "time by the Waterloo Tri- The Oral Interpretation class of Upper Iowa university will present George Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man" in the Colgrove- Walker auditorium on Friday, Jan. 19. This is Upper Iowa's initial attempt to present a play in readers theater style. Readers theater style constitutes the presentation of a play without the usual setting, costumes and stage movement. The script is interpreted by readers who emphasize the plot and the characterizations.. Descriptions of the setting and necessary state movement are related by the narrator. The play is a light-hearted satire on war and love and takes place in the Balkans near the end of the last century. The production is under the direction of Mrs. William Esters, instructor in speech and drama at Upper Iowa. There will be one preformance only starlig nt 8 p. m. There is no admission charge and the event is open to the public. William Merkel to Head heart drive William Merkel, Jr., Fayelle, has been named l!Ki2 Heart Fund Chairman for Kayelte County, il was announced today by Virgil M. Kleespies, State Campaign Chairman. Mr. Merkel will direct and co- ordinale the work of hundreds of volunteers during Heart Month in February. ('Umax of the drive will be Heart Sunday, February 25, Kleespies said. The Heart Association's annual d"ive for funds will be conducted all over the nation during February, "Heart Month," The plan for the drive includes house-to- house solicitation by scores of volunteers in each community. Funds raised by the Association n-o used in three ways: Support of scientists doing research into the causes and prevention of heart diseases; Community Service projects such as workshops for nursing home operators and clinics to teach families who have heart or stroke patients in their homes better ways of care and management of their palients; and Education through professional conferences for doctors and nurses so that they may learn the latest information about diagnosis and treatment of heart diseases. Heart Diseases cause more deaths each year than any -other cause; and in Fayette County last year the percentage of deaths from Heart Diseases was 53.7 per cent. Funeral services held For Catherine Tinkey Funeral services were held Thursday morning In St. Francis for Mrs. Catherine Tinkey, form- The cast includes: Barbara Me Shane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McShane, Springville; Barbara Nading, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nading, Fayctle; Diane Borland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Borland, Oelwein, Tom Wemelte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wemette. Lime Springs; Frank Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith, Lime Springs; Pat Flaherty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Flaherty, Danville. Illinois. ..... Charles Mehnffey, son of Mrs. Kstello Mehaffey, Cedar Rapids; and Dennis Lamport, son of Mrs. R. A. Lamport, Winterset. J. Thomas Ham, son of Mr. and and Mrs. John Ham, Winthrop, will introduce the play. Kileen Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. H. Porter, Northport, New York; and Patricia Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Murphy, Callendar, will narrate the play. Promote salary raises For maintenance workers General upward adjustment of salary ranges for stale highway maintenance workers lias been ap proved by the Iowa Stale High svay Commission. The action, taken by the Com mission at ils mi'eling Jan. 3. must, before becoming effective, be approved by the Stale Executive Council. Maintenance j->h classifications to which the adjustments apply a-e laborers, equipment operators, firemen and mct'^'inics. Non-maintenance job classifications affected include mechanics, parts clerks, stock supervisors and shop supervisors. Don Zierath, personnel engineer, recommending the salary adjus< ments, told the Commission thai his recommendation followed a thorough study of other jobs within the Commission orguni/atinn of comparable responsibilty. If approved by the executive council, the average equipment operators salary would be- increased from about $355 to about $374 per month. Officers elected at Grace Lutheran church At the annual voter's meeting held at Grace Lutheran church Sunday "a'tornoon, un eleclion of officers was held. The following persons were elected: President, Arnold Ileth; vice-president, William Schroeder; secretary, Roberl Owen: treaurer, Eldred Dumermuth; Sunday school superintendent, Eugene Wilbur; assistant supertintendcnt, Glen Wilson; finance commillee, Lavern Meyer, Donald Sleek and Howard Nicholsen; elder, Robert Stein- bronn; and tnislee. Floyd Alber. The trustee and elder offices are for three years and the others for one year. Parent teacher conferences will be held in the Fayette Community Schools for the elementary grades, kindergarten through eight grade in I specinl education all day Thursday, Jan. IB. There will be Two teacher to Resign at end Of semester The Hoard of Kducaiinn of the '•'•".' lie ('(immunity school district has accepted the resignation of Mrs. Donna Kverett, second g.'iitle Ic.'iclier, nnd Mrs. Colleen Steven;;, high school Knglish and history teacher. The resignations are to he effective at the end of the present semester or as soon afterward as re-placements are hired. Mrs. Kverett's husband is a mid term graduate of Upper Iowa university ;incl will be working in another community. Mrs. Stevens is resigning from teaching to spend mure time \\itli her family. Replacements for the two instructors have not been definitely decided upon as yet, according to Superintendent Dean Curtis. no school for the pupils In those grades that day. It may also be necessary to schedule conferences during an additional day for those in seventh and eight, grades. Parents will be notified if this additional day is necessary, according to Superintendent Dean Curtis. A letter will be sent home with oach pupil stating the time that has boon set aside fop the conference. During the 15 minutes al- loted to each conference, report rards will be given to the parents. The purpose of parent-teacher conferences is to provide an opportunity for parents and teachers to share their knowledge of a child and plan together to guide his development. In personal conferences teachers can give parents a more complete description of the child's lib; in school than would be possible in a written report. I . DOCK tO I The first Cub Scout Pack meeting of the new year will be held on Sunday, .Jan. I'l at the hie'i school gym, according to Scout- in,'iKt<T, Rogtir Uowf il, This is the month for re-cliart- erflig Pack .'il and parents are requested to remind their boys to bring .•! !~>l) cent co chartering fee to the meeting. If boys wish to subscribe to the Boys Life magazine, an additional $1. is necessary. Sunday night awards will be presented and there will be an iiniforn inspection. A "going out" ceremony will be held for David Ywirous who will IK- initiated into the-Boy Scouts. The annual Blue and Gold ban quet will Ix- held on Feb. 11, at fi:30 p. m. in 1110 Farm Bureau buildings. Capell to speak MAYNAIID Geoi-W Capi-ll. guidance councelor at West Central will be the speaker at the Parent- Teacher Association meeting on Monday, Jan. IT), in the Infill school assembly. Mr. Ciifwll will tell of the purpose and work of the guidance department in the school program. An open discussion will follow, giving parents tin opportunity to ask questions and discuss them with faculty members and other parents. Albany house destroyed By fire Saturday Fire, which was discovered about 2 a. m. Saturday morning, destroyed a house and adjoining workshop owned by Dale Nefzger, formerly the Les Thomas meat shop in Albany. The house was occupied by the Harold Fish family. It was over KM) years old and is said to have been one of the first houses built in Albany. Stockholders of Epco Co. to meet A meeting of the stockholders of General Plastronics ( formerly the Epco Corp. ) will be held Monday night, at 7 p. ,m. in the Porter dining room of the Colgrove- Walker building on the Upper Iowa campus. Walter Edeland, president of the company, from Garner, will be present, along with several other officers and directors, to answer questions and to explain what is taking place in the company at the present time. Any local stockholder who wishes information about the company is urged to attend this -meeting. West Central students In Dorian Festival MAYNARD — Rosemary Murphy, vocal instructor at West Central, reports that Sandra Alshouse, Mardone Davis, Jerry Bctz, Gary Gamier and Paul Thompson have been selected as members of the 375 voice choir taking part in the annual Dorian Festival at Luther College, Decorah, on Tuesday, Jan. 0. Paul Thompson, another West Central student, has been selected to audition as a soloist. Others taking part In the event will be students from Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. Directing the choir will be Helen Hosmer, a noted choral director from New York. The two-day event will include a short opera, "The Secret of . Suzanne", a preformance of the high school choir from Gaylord, Minn., outstanding soloists and en- semblies, Luther College choir and the grand concert of the Festival choir. One license issued Only one marriage license was issued in the Clerk of Court's office between Dec. 26 and Jan. 1. The license was issued to Loyal Schult, 19, of Maynard, and Joan Saathoff, 18, of Oelwein. Barn The barn on the Cecil Fuchs farm near Laurens burned to the ground recently destroying four sows and 43 baby pigs, but no other buildings were destroyed. Hay and straw stored in the barn also burned. Defective wiring or exploding heat lamps probably caused the fire. . . . il' blink In Rlppey* 'owe, He If married end the father of two bune. Then after farming for seven erly Kathy Kennedy of Wadena. '" .. .•& •«» I.. • 4*1. _». !•«!»* MMMft*«4 in A I UK!A . Uf AMinflfinife iiAnna !•% ttva HCo«mnOt*3 nwfAn *i«*4 - ' ml r» -... T mi mil OVtnlr fillnn rtr\r\~ ifteve Itt and Sandy I. Vhoy have rented the Lysle WeoldrJoW years^ thsj fifayijard area nd are memberi of the 1 Methodlit church. Harold Schneider,' In' working for the'Oelwein Rei and •re memberi of the 1 Methodlit churcn. Harold scnnoiaer, in working ror the ueiwein Register has been • teller at the bank for about a year. He formerly for several years they returned to the Waterloo, Reolfter In Cedar, Mails, and fended,Gate*- Waterloo, where he was employed illaoe. He liTa^member of the Luthtran church, and room* , by the Waterloo Courier for 25 •' ~ '— 1J ~"Yer ,ft the fJiW^h«f JW^yJWI' ?*W? re ^ J° Maynard in w-r- H »M fn Mi'>-~~ worked at'lhe* Uutilan Appleman'iWore In'Clermo itfe. He Is. alto a member of Hi* Lutheran church/ and , a'business he began while still in - • Waterttf. The Rev. Lowell Shekelton conducted the services. Burial was In the Wadena Catholic cemetery. Survivors are nieces and nephews. In this area they are: -,„ .,„.-„,._ , , r Mrs.. Everett Slnnott, Randalla; ,Mf?, Bjrphplt .te-inow ft Mr*. Lyle Kuhens, Wadena; Mrs. salesman In this area, Eugene Reese, Anomosa and also a brother-in-law, William Killerlain, .of Fayette. To meet Thursday The Center Township Homemakers will meet Thursday Jan. 18, at 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. W. A, Schroeder. Mrs. Eugene Wilbur will assist as co-hostess. The lesson will be on W.I treatement j and' 'ABC's of Bureau. lent > and' 'ABC's of Farm pletun*. s 1» JUHi£f) i. The craft work wUU» th| Pon Reiner U ty | of crftft g/Bfih**"$i$ M ?> rlqift In the j^tyn KEN THATCHBB, secretary of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation U shewn ajjov^e,* he spoke at the kick-off dinner for the BaVette'County membership drive/ Mtaoday evenlnp;. At the left In tht »fr- vS X , ' «$' ... •&'C'>i&i -. T™. .* —; *' • • *• • . • arold $and*oe Is on ,|he &&*£'*, • ' s ft^rtSj" 1 ?;? : V- h*[ '$ wh^rTi. «.iV_;' *•'„ L i"!*'el

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