Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on January 18, 1962 · Page 3
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January 18, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Dumermuth, Dayna and Curtis and his mother, Mrs. Pearl Dumermuth plan to leave Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Dumermuth at Marana, Ariz. Mrs. Pearl Dumermuth will remain for a longer visit with her son and the Eldred Dumermuths will also visit her brother Robert Neumann and family in Burbank, Calif. They plan to be gone until about Feb. 1. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Templeman plan to leave the last of this week to spend the balance of the winter in St. Petersburg, Fla. Enroute they will visit her brother, E. G. Bulls, at Fairfield, Iowa and other places of interest. Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Mildred Miner were Gladys DeMuth, Gilbertsville and Donald Miner, Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gunther, Sumner were afternoon and supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hough have received word of a new grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Don Sieleman of Mason City on Jan. 7. Mr. and Mrs. George Turner were callers in the Ross Hough home Wednesday afternoon. "™~ w~"— Robert White returned a few days ago from the hospital at Iowa City where he had been for observation and tests. He entered the West Union hospital Tuesday. ~— 0*~~ The Fayette Walther Leaguers sponsored a tobogganning party inviting the Sumner League Sunday afternoon at a hill on the Big Rock road. About 35 guests accepted the invitation and 15 attended from the host league. Following the coasting they all returned to the Lutheran church basement where'they were served hot chocolate and cookies by an appointed committee. —•— Mr. and Mrs. -George Richards, Estherville, are the parents of a son born Jan. 10. Mr. Richards was a former Upper Iowa university coach before going to Esther ville. tl __ • ^^^ Mrs. Rolande Gray returned home Tuesday evening from a six days stay at the Allen Memorial hospital in Waterloo where she had been for examination and tests. —•— Ruth Holtzman returned to her home here Thursday afternoon from the West Union hospital where she had undergone surgery several days previously. She is getting along well. Carolyn Landis of Cedar Rapids was a week-end guest in the Will Landis home. «_fl|—— Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts, Sr., and Mrs. Agnes Dickinson were Saturday afternoon visitors in Oelwein. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Alva Chase had as Sunday dinner guests, the Eldred Dumermuth and Wesley Ashby families. The courtesy was a belated observance of the birthdays of Mrs. Dumermuth and Mrs. Ashby. Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Mildred Miner were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder, Mardene and Rollyn, Randalia, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vandersee and daughter, Oelwein and Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Vargeson and family, Center Point. T .__ 0 — Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alderdyce are the parents of a daughter born Jan. 12 at the West Union hospital. Mr. Alderdyce is a member of the U. I. U. faculty. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pilcher of Independence and Mrs. Laurel Steffens of Oelwein were dinner guests Monday in the Howard Roberts, Sr. home. —•— Mrs. Ina Johnson and Harold and Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Johnson were in Jesup Wednesday to attend the funeral of their sister-in-law and aunt, Mrs. Ha/el Ortman. ^ Mr. and Mrs. James Spensley and Jacque of Bastrop, Louisiana and James Harelson of Minneapolis were recent guests of the Howard Johnsons. • Mrs. McKinley Gage is spendig the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Reed in Oelwein. —•— Howard Sullivan has finished two series of tests at the Oakdale sanitarium, and is scheduled to go before the review board on Thursday of this week. The tests have proved that he has neither tuberculosis or cancer. He has been a patient at Oakdale since Nov. 14, 1961, and expects to be coming home soon. 5th New Building Since '55 New books are added To Community library MAYNARD — Several new books have recently been added to the reading material to be found at the Community library by the book committee of the library board. • Those for the kindergarten through the elementary grades include: "Hullabaloo ABC", "Secret Hiding Place", "Jungle in the Wheat Field", "Hello-Goodbye", "Boy Who Cried Wolf, "Little Black Puppy", "Little Brown Hen", "Three Dollar Mule", "Candy Floss", "Benny's Flag, "Let's Find Out", "Ups and Downs", "Here Comes Daddy", "Chicken Little Count to Ten", "Mr. Whistle's Secret", Hlnkledlnkl", "McElligofs Pool", "Wait Till the Moon Is Full", "Horton Hatches the Egg" and "Shadrach". Among those for junior and senior high students are: "Secret Cowboy", "Lion Hound", "Marsha", "Capture of the Golden Stallion", "Teen-age Horse Stories", "Goal In the Sky", Senior Hostess", "Wind In the Willows", "Champions Don't Cry", "Noah and the Cable Car", "Ballhawks", "Youth and the FBI", "Kriegis", "Dr. George Washington Carver", "Known but to God", "Walk Down Main Street" and "Where's Pran- The date for the letting of contracts for the construction of the new Baker - Hebron Science hall was announced by Dr. Eugene E. Garbee, president. The meeting will take place in the Colgrove Walker building on Jan. 30, at 2 p. m. Construction of the Baker - Hebron Science hall was made possible through the generous gifts of Dr. and Mrs. John C. Baker of Monrovia, Calif., and the late George C. Hebron, of Strawberry Point. ARCHITECTS FOR THE building are from the firm of Toenjcs and Stenson, Architects and Engineers, of Waterloo. The approximate cost of the building will be $250,000. It is expected that construction will get underway immediately and will be completed for classroom use in the fall of 1962. The site for the new building is located on the south side of Madison street directly across from the Dorman Athletic Field. Relocation of the Deming and Flemming houses has already taken place to make way for the science building. HOUSED IN THE building will be classrooms, botany and zoology laboratories, preparation rooms, lecture room auditorium, and offices. Also to be included is a special room and display cases for the Dr. A. F. Porter butterfly collection and a green house. The present science building will be renovated and will be called Chemistry Hall for chemistry classes only. This marks the fifth new building to be added to the campus since 1955. Other constructions, included the Dickman Recreation hall, 1955; Zinita B. Graf hall for women, 1956; Colgrove - Walker building. 1956; and Maltbie - McCosh hall for men, 1960. Four of the new buildings are paid for completely. Other capital improvements were the remodeling of the college bookstore, the third story stack area addition to the Henderson library, and complete modernization of all heating facilities on the campus. The Thursday Reading Circle will meet Jan. 25, with Mrs. .1. W. Frye. The theme is Sports, an instructive exhibition of bravery. Mrs. Neil Ingcrsoll will present the program, "Iowa's Contribution to Sports." Roll call is "A sport I like". Sunday guests in the John McFadden home in honor of Patty Kay's third birthday were Mr. and Mrs. James Rederer, of Cedar Rapids, Dr. and Mrs. John Brunkhorst and family, of Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Finch were Sunday dinner guests in the J. W. Frye home. Mr. and Mrs. George Carley, of Maynard, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ruth Whiteford. Mr. mid Mrs. Fred Waskow, Evelyn and George, of Sumner were Sunday visitors in the Leslie Oakcs home. Mrs. Lee Jellings and Mrs. Ruth Whiteford spent Friday evening with Mrs. George Carley at Maynard in celebration of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Granneman, of Oelwein, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Pete Hoepfner home. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Waskow and family, of Dunkerton, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Oakes, Jane and Billy, were Friday evening visitors in the Fred Waskow home at Sumner helping Evelyn celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Ethel Clark returned to the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keen Brown at Cedar Falls after several day stay in the home of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finch and family have returned to their home in Idaho Falls, Idaho, after visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Finch. Sewing circle will meet Jan 30, with Mrs. Bessie Nixon for a pot luck dinner. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Duran and baby, Dean, were recent overnight visitors of Mrs. Duran's grandparents, Mr. and" Mrs. Dick Vargason. They were enroute moving from Albuquerque, New Mexico to Fort Monroe Virginia, where he will be stationed a year. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilbur took their infant son to Chicago for plastic surgery. He expects to stay in the hospital a week. Mrs. Pete Hoepfnor visited her sister, Mrs. Elsie Shepard, of Fayette Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lonny Arthur are assisting with the work in the home of his uncle, Harry Arthur. Barbara Ross wimr< Homemaker award MAYNARD — Barbara Ross has been named winner of the"Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow" award for the West Central Community school. She achieved this honor by having the highest score in the written examination on homemaking knowledge and attitudes taken by all senior girls on Dec. 5. She also received a pin in symbolizing "Home Is Where the Heart Is". Her test paper is now automatically entered in competition to select the 'Iowa Homemaker of Tomorrow.' This testing program, sponsored by General Mills, is a means of selecting state and national winners who will receive scholarships as their awards. Barbara has been a meml>er of the West Central chapter of the Future Homemakers of America for four years, is senior class tre asurer, president of the West Central Future Teachers' association, was a canidate for this year's homecoming queen, and was in the fall play. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ross, Arling ton. Fayette School News Second Grade — Mrs. Everett's Thursday, Jan. 11, was an exciting day in our room. We had a "surprise going away party" for Mrs. Everett. She received many nice gifts and wishes to thank everyone for their thoughtfulness. Our room mothers Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. Ash brought chocolate cup cakes and milk. Our new teacher should be arriving any day and we are looking forward to meeting her. We are happy to have the following students back with us: Raymond Smith, Rickie Keefer, Lee Streeter and Gary Langerman. Most of these students had chicken pox. food by students. Then the packages which had been placed under the tree were opened and our curiosity satisfied. Mrs. Swartz would like to thank everyone for the lovely white blouse which she received as a joint gift from everyone. It fit, too, thanks to a clever little trick played upon her by one of the girls. The new semester will find a new experience for two of our students- Marcella and Arnold will be part of the drivers education class. Dilley is vice president and secre- Christmas seal sales The severe weather conditions which disrupted the population of Iowa and occupied its attention during the Holidays has been reflected in the Christmas Seal mail appeal returns to date, according to E. H. Floersch, M. IX, president of the Iowa Tuberculosis and Health Association. According to Or. Floersch, many regular contributors have not responded to their Christinas Seal letter. Those who failed to mail their contribution during the Holiday rush are urged to speed their Rift along to their local Christmas Seal chairman. "Adequate funds are necessary to intensify our efforts to conquer Seventh Grade tuberculosis," Or. KUx>rsoh said, "by continuing programs of TU'KT- culin testing x-raying, school and college health, medical and nursing education, and research." He pointed out that 2178 new cases of TB have occured in Iowa during the past five years. Last year, there were 1910 TB cases under treatment in Iowa. Tuberculosis costs the people of Iowa $5,500,000 a year for hospit alization and other expenses. The total cost for the nation runs into $700 million per year. "It would be wise economy to strengthen our efforts,," Dr. Flor- sch pointed out. Fifth Grade — Mrs. Downing We had election of officers for our club this week. Tommy Thomas was elected president, CJcri Lyn Qj r ] s Sports TIT- r Seniors make choices The seniors of Fayette high- school have chosen as their motto, "The golden age is not in the past, but in the future." The colors they chose are mint green and silver and the red rose is their class . flower. for a quick sale. We understand there have been a few "absences" in Biology lately! Whatsamatter? Joston, we're so happy that you finally approved of our English book. You'll have to admit, the author is right some of the time. If you can't find anything to do in your spare time, just get out that trusty harmonica. It's lots of fun, just ask Jean Ann. What's this we hear about having the famous "Globetrotters" in Fayette? Well, it finally happened. Jean Ann's purse got the best of her. I do believe I saw her put her dainty foot into it the other day. I've heard of putting your foot in your mouth, but in a PURSE.? SUPPORT THE CARDS. iary is Linda Lamphier. We had our semester tests all through this week. We had science, health, arithmetic, social studies and spelling. We are glad they are over with. Mr. Curtis brought us some new readers, "Frontiers to Explore." Today we read the story "Finders Keeper's." They arc very interesting books. On our bulletin board we have a scene which says "Snowflakes Mean Winter Fun." We hail 80 words for our spelling tests this week. Brendn Lehs and •lames {Copenhagen got "A" in their semester tests. by Cathy Alhouso Today we elected new officers. T'.iey are: President, Eugene Weyant; vice president, Ronnie Year- oui; secretary, John Manson; treasurer, Becky Lamphier; reporter. Peg Maxson and librarian, Wendy Cue. Today we finished our semester tests. Most of us passed them very well. In social studies we are studying the countries in South America along the Andes mountains. The junior varsity and varsity played two close and exciting games against Eastern Allamakee of Lansing, Saturday, Jan. 6. The junior varsity came out on the losing end but by only two points. The final score was 34 - 32. Barb Keif; was high scorer with 12 points. Pat Holtzman has nine points, Sharon Pattison five points, Linda King four points and Arlene Fric-dly added two points. Pat Holtzman was high rebounder with 13 rebounds. The varsity came through with a three minute overtime victory. The score at the end of the regular playing time was 43 - 43. The final score was 52 - 47. Mary Manson had 33 points, Sue Crafton had 10 points, Sharon Pattison had seven points and Marge Webb had two points. Mary Manson made 45.5 per cent of all field goals. Barb Burget was high rebounder with 12 rebounds. Hot Lunch — Monday - Chicken noodle soup, crackers, tomato juice, egg salad sandwiches, cinnamon roll, peach sauce, milk. Tuesday - Spaghetti with tomato and hamburger, peas, dried beef sandwiches, milk, apple sauce, graham crackers. Wednesday - Weiner in bun, catsup, mustard, pickles, potato salad, bread and butter, milk, cake with cherry topping. Thursday - Creamed chicken on potatoes, celery filled with peanut butter, green beans, apricot sauce, juice. Friday - Fish sticks, sunshine salad, bread and butter, milk, cake, fruit cup, rice pudding. Worthy Winners meet The regular meeting of the Westfield Worthy Winners was held Saturday, Jan. 13, at the Farm Bureau building. Mary Manson gave an illustrated talk on "The Color Wheel and Colors." Continuing with colors, "Color Combination" was a talk given by Mary Clark. How to select the picture, frame, and placing of it was told by Carol Wegner. Most of the girls present covered a box with wallpaper for use in their room as a drawer divider, waste paper basket, jewelry box, or sox pile. The hostesses were Barbara and Bonnie Boulton. The next meeting will be Feb. 10 with Mary Manson and Marsha Frey as hostesses. Birthday club to meet The January Birthday Club will meet Friday, January 19th, at the home of Mrs. Ray Potter. All ladies in the community having birthdays in January are invited to attend. There will be a noon pot luck dinner. Special Education — Mrs. Swartz Christmas is over three weeks behind us, but we still remember the enjoyable party we had the afternoon before vacation. Planned by the students, a lunch of cake, cookies, Koolaid and ice cream bars wa« a treat. The ice cream bars were furnished by Mrs. Swartz and the rest of the This 'n That — By Marge Why were Ron Brown and Paul Clark folding their handkerchiefs in biology the other day? Practicing, boys? Mary, what's this you said about the Lansing game being dull- Here's a happy thought. Whistle a happy tune while you work, it'll drive everyone batty. There was one offering during the senior class meeting for this year's motto from one of the boys. It was stated as, "We don't let studies interfere with our education". Brilliant, boys! It is now that time of the year when the upper classnvt! start offering for sale the "old tests" Area meetings planned To discuss clothing Two area meetings open to all 4-H boys, leaders and parents will be held in the near future. On Jan. 22, at 8 p. m., a meeting will be held at the Interstate Power company meeting room in West Union. The meeting will be open to all 4-H'ers in the northern half of Fayette county. A similar meeting will be held in the southern half of the county on Jan. 25. The time and place will be announced later. These meetings, conducted by Harold Boulton, county extension associate, assisted by Dorothye Busching, home economist, will deal with clothing selection and care, for boys. Color combinations for grooming hints will also be discussed. These meetings are planned to help 4-H boys learn to to care for and wear the clothes they have most wisely. If you want to know what's behind the headlines, ask the housewife. She'll tell you it's her husband, especially at the breakfast table. A.A.U.W. members Discuss report cards Members of the A. A. U. W. met at the home of Mrs. Eugene Garbee on Tuesday evening, Jan. 16. Mrs. Wayne Thompson and Mrs. John Ingels of Maynard discussed the success of parent - teacher conferences at both the elementary and secondary school levels in the West Central school district. The ambiguity of the "multiple personality" report card and it's inability to relay to the parent many important aspects of the student's social and emotional adjustments were brought out. Emphasis was on the need for school, home, church and community to work to produce capable, responsible citizens. 175 honor Barnholts On 50th anniversary MAYNARD — Approximately 175 persons attended the open house at the Community hall Sunday afternoon, Jan. 14, in observance of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnholt. Hostesses for the courtesy were their nieces, Mrs. Clyde Sisk and Mrs. Fred Chevelier, both of Waterloo, with Mrs. Max Barnholt, Oelwein, as receptionist. John Thlele as master-of-ceremonies introduced the honored couple who responded briefly and Mrs. Wilma Bartels read an original poem relative to a few events in their lives. Those making brief remarks included Mrs. Floyd Simpson, who was the only person present who attended the wedding on Jan. 10, 1912. Assisting during the refreshment hour were: Mrs. Fred Reinke, Mrs. Dale Schrader, Mrs. Ralph Pliester, Mrs. Frank Lockard, Mrs. Leon Wolfe, Mrs. Loraine Albrecht and Mrs. Delbert Wegner, all members of the Ladies' Aid society of the St. Paul's Lutheran church, also Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer who poured and Mrs. Thiele who served the punch. Other towns represented besides Maynard Included Clarence, Waterloo, Grundy Center, Rhoades, Oelwein, Fayette, Clarksville, Waukon, Sumner, Brooklyn, Iowa City and Chicago, 111. Precision Fertilizer Manufactured by Lloyd Pattison & Sons Phone I 59 January 11, 1962 Dear Sir: Through competition lower prices result. Small businesses are needed to increase competition. Large corporations are more indifferent to local competition and needs because of a larger market area. Now Precision Fertilizer will also be sold in 80 Ib. bags. Wholesale Prices! Adult readers "months, or until row from the n books from the In Maynard Monday have Jfcree MAYNARD - The "Red Shield" , 3V tabor- section of 100 truck will be in Maynard on Monday, Jan. 23 to pick up discarded furniture, kitchen uteuif*. Traveltng now on ih« shelves. The clothing, paper, magazine or £¥»>„«•__•"», ^ L __ ,— y^_ Q^i jjjjg, bg used ^o support Men's Social Security department, hot be aihouse-to-house ;-up as in previous years. Art- may be left at either the feed store w garage after Our spring prices are Wholesale Prices 5-20-20 Endorsing Notes 30 days $72.60 $73.70 $74.75 $75.80 $76.85 $67 $68 $69 $69 $70 $71 January February March April May $70 to $72 $71 to $73 $64.50 to $66.50 (5 . 20 - 20) Bulk fertilizer (orders of 4 ton or more are delivered without charge) Per ton discount of lOc X number of tons in order up to a maximum of 20 ton; ,, " i'. maximum discount of $2 per ton with order for 20 Yours truly, Gantenbein installed MAYNARD — A. M. Gantenbein was installed worshipful master of the Masonic order at the joint installation services held at the Masonic Temple Friday evening, Jan. 5. Others installed are Wayne Thompson, senior w.arden;-Hugo Fink, junior warden; Floyd*Gllley, secretary; Ed Wenzel, treasurer; Lee Candee, senior deacon; Delbert Glew, junior deacon; John Ingels, senior steward; Irving Pat<* ridge, Junior steward; and Howard Ingels, tyler, '

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