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\l The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Volume 48, Number 6 Thursday, February 8, 1962, Fayette, Iowa Six Pages This Issue MR. AND MRS. DAN PRITCHARD Pritchards observe 62nd anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pritchard of Fayette will celebrate their 62nd wedding anniversary on Thursday, Feb. 8. They were married Feb. 8, 1900 in Fayette and lived in this vicinity all of iheir lives. During their early years of Credits offered for T-V classroom course Upper Iowa University will offer second semester credit to those who register at the college for NBC-TVs Continental Classroom course in American Government this spring. The course, "The Struc ture and Functions of American Government," is telecast in color. married lift- they farmed in the Fayette area. About 30 years ngo they moved to Fayette and Mr. Pritchard was employed as town marshal). He retired from thi* position about 20 years ago. The Pritchards have five child reii living, who are: Lawrence of Anamosa, Thomas of Bremer county, Mrs. Wilbur Bach of Urbana, Mrs. William Jones of Cedar Falls, Mrs. Elizabeth Sexton of Waterloo. One son, Don, is deceased. They have 18 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren, and Mrs. Pritchard has six sisters and one brother living. No open house celebration is planned for the couple, but friends are invited to call. Council discusses Street program At the refU'lar monthly meeting of the town council, Monday night, the council members made a tentative agreement with the Bender- hoff Construction Co. for the annual street work to be done this summer. Positive action will not be t'ikon until a later dale, however. The council members also dis- cussrd gas rates with members of the Peoples Natural Gas Co. Action on this matter was also post-' poned until the next meeting when an o"dinance will be passed. The public liability insurance policy for the town of Fayette was awarded to the Fayette Insurance Agency. network of some 180 television stations. More than 200 colleges and universities throughout America presently offer the course for academic credit. Viewers interested in registering for credit can do so at Upper Iowa from Feb. 1 to Feb. 15. For Further information about registration, credit, tuition, study assignments and examinations, write or telephone Dr. James T. Sparkman, director of extension at Upper Iowa. i/iMore than 5,000 viewers registered, for credit at participating in- gtltutions. during the first semester of the course last fall. Successful completion of the first semester is ;t)ot a, prerequisite for enrollment in .the second. I « 0011190 *» • I I Cortl y |e!d company Tp oe recruited The Navy Recruiting Service is conducting a special drive in Feb- rtlafy to enlist a very special com- jiany of recurits which will be known-as the "Seahawk V" Company. Seventy-five high school graduates from Iowa will enlist together in Des Moines on Feb. 23 train together in sunny California and return home on leave together. During their nine weeks "boot" training they will represent this State by carrying the Iowa state flag, and be in competition with similar companies from other mid- western states. The "All State" companies de- velope a tremendous "espirit de corps" and the competition is very stiff. In the past, the "Seahawk" Companies have done an outstanding job in competing. Those Interested in enlisting in this special company should contact their'nearest recruiting office. Lincoln day dinner Planned for woman's club The Fayette Woman's club general meeting will include a Lincoln's Day dinner on Feb. 12, at 6:30 p. m. at the Porter Dining room in the Colgrove-Walker building at Upper Iowa university. Winners will be chosen in the Fashion-Sewing contest sponsored by the, General Federation of Women's dubs in cooperation with Vogue Pattern {Service and the Woman's' club service bureau. Donald Kimball will speak on "Women in Lincoln's Life". Those planning to attend should contact Mrs.. |E, A. Billings or Mr*. -Harold Boulton. The 1061 Fayette county corn yield contest reports were released this week by Don Fish, president of the Fayette county corn club, which sponsors the contest in the county. Because of the wet rainy conditions, only six were able to harvest the contest corn before Nov. 30, the dead-line set by the Iowa Corp Improvement Association. County results were as follows: Lloyd Pattison and sons, Fayette, 126.48 bushels of 15 per cent corn per acre,- Werner PUdck, Westgatei 122.68 bushels; Arnold Saboe, West Union, 120.38 bushels; Wallace Mclntyre, Hawkeye, 116.95 bushels; Don Fish, Maynard, 109.21 bushels; Spurgen Eudey, Maynard, 96.89 bushels. Growers, who had yields of 100 bushel per acre or more, will be presented medals provided by the Iowa Crop Improvement association. Seventeen on-campus Courses scheduled Seventeen on-campus courses will be offered in the extension division of Upper Iowa University this term, it was announced recently by Dr. James Sparkman, director. Classes will be held on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00 p. m. and on Saturday mornings at 8. All classes will be conducted in the Colgrove-Walker Memorial building. Dr. Sparkman stated that the following courses will be offered: Mondays-Junior Dramatics, College Crammer, American Literature, Art Appreciation, Communication Skills, General Psychology and Organization and Administration of Library. Tuesdays-Primary Music Methods and Class Piano, English Literature and Art Education. Thursdays-Literary Masterpieces, Early Westward Movement, Introduction to Philosophy and Personal Health. Saturdays-Social Psychology, First Aid and Elementary Organization and Administration. Those interested in taking any of the above courses may still enroll by attending the first sessions to be held February 5, February 6, February 8 and February 10. Entertain 500 club "!Ray''tr^dtanip entertained the ! 500-caMctob in their home Sunday fiBwainifc^feb. 4i Prizes for having '.the highest scores -went to Duane fSauson -mid Qrland Struve and jlow scotWpriies to Sheldon Fox and IMrs., Ljfyi fctmnriler, both of Ran- J<d8li$ f|l|«; i .^fflppWer received j the traveling prize also. by ;• -7 t't.Oivf Vi''- H w ti .'V"ii.'. .'•> ~ • Legion and auxiliary |W %*yetS» ?; l»gion and Auxiliary "WJU 'sem;:a,:b4rbecue dinner on Wednesday -ffebv 21, at the Legion Hell. nV F|lto:pt5p. m. and & w We served. Serving continue West Centra! band TO 40 years of service to be Recognized in Moynard MAYNARD — The senior band at West Central Community school will present its third annual pops concert Thursday, Feb. 8 in the new gynnsium beginning at 8 p. m., under the direction of its instructor, Karen Bartachek, who says the numbers used in these concerts are selected solely for the entertainment of the audience. The opening number will be the march, "United Nations", followed by the overture, "Royal Gorge"; an alto saxophone solo, "Valse Lynettc", by Mardene Davis with band accompaniment; and interesting arrangement of "Blue Tail Fly" in which the percission section uses a fly swatter; and "Encore" by the band featuring a trumpet trio made up by Beverly Hoehne, Geraldine Berry and Dennis Berry. The dance band will be featured in the mid-section of the concert, tt Will play "Little Brown Jag", "Star Dust" and Sugartime". Included in the final part will be selections from "South Pacific" by the ba;.d; a novelty number, "Three Trees" narrated by Beverly Hoehne assisted by five students representing the trees, the rabbit and the hunter; "Big Horn Boogie" and another novelty number, "Little Bop Ridding Hood" with Patricia Shadle in special costume as narrator using bop talk as she relates the story with an unusual ending. The closing number will be the ..march, "Galliant Marines". Area representatives who attended the Recognition Day at Ames are pictured above. Left to rlghf, seated: K. J. Kerr, Poslvlllc; Mrs. Judd Van Brocitlin, Hawkcye; Mrs. Ralph Welch, Fayette. Standing: M. C. Wangsnoss, Fayetlo; Keith James, Stanley. Citizenship in democracy is Theme of Recognition Day Annual staff to sponsor Valentine Ball here The 1962 annual staff at Fayette high school has announced that they will sponsor a Valentine Ball to be held Feb. 13, at the Fayette gymnasium. The candidates for Sweetheart aVe: Ann Austin, Dayna Dumermuth, Marge Webb, Harleyn Cue, Andrea Nadeau, and Dottis Van Bogart. The -junior high attendant is Peggy Maxson. All Fayette Students, alumni, and dates, are invited. Refreshments and music for dancing will be provided and the admission is 50 cents per person. The receipts will go for financing the 1962 Annual. Homemakers to meet Westfield Homemakers will meet Monday evening, 8 P. M. in the board room of the Farm Bureau building. Mra. Glen Bennington will give the lesson on "Freezer Care and Management". Responible Living chairman, Mrs. John Pattison, and Healthful Living chairman, Mrs. Hubert Kiel will report. Mrs. Glen Bennington and Mrs. Ralph Dickinson will be hostesses. Everyone is welcome to attend New distributorship The United Construction Co., of Fayette, formerly the United Window Co., will now be the distributors for Scholz pre-manufactured homes in northeast Iowa. The homes will be in the medium price range and of conventional construction. They are not prefabricated. Mr. Beck stated that purchasers of the new homes will be able to move in about 10 days after the order is placed. Recently Mr. Beck sold his machinery for making aluminum doors and windows to a firm in Cedar Rapids. The local company, however, is still a distributor for the, windows and doors. Citizenship and "ways in which it is woven into the picture of democracy" was p-csented to the 500 leaders and extension workers attending the 12th annual 411 Leaders' Recognition Day at Iowa State university, Ames, Monday Jan. 29. Delegates at Recognition Day from Fayette county wore: Mrs. K. J. Kerr, Postville; Mrs. Judd Van- B-ocklin, Hawkeye; Mrs. Ralph Welch, Fayette; Keith James, Stanley and M. C. Wangsness, county extension director. Marvin A. Anderson, associate director of the Cooperative Extension Service, pointed out the United States tX^JaVtmeiit of 1 Agrfbullure and the Land Grant College system were developed by democratic principles. Jerry Parsons and Esther Whet stone, extension 4-H leaders, said "Citizenship is inside each person. It is a way of thinking and feeling about yourself and others which leads a person to act with a con cern for the welfare of everyone." Clark to be speaker At Demo meeting Professor Richard Clark of Upper Iowa University, Fayette, will address members of the Fayette County Jane Jefferson club at their January meeting Thursday, Feb. 8, in Oelwein. The meeting, open to all Democratic women of Fayette county, is scheduled at 8 p. m. at the Interstate Power Co. ciu brooms. The program, to begin promptly at 8 p. m , will feature Mr. Clark speaking on his travels in Russia after which he will show colored slides he made during the visit. Following Mr. Clark's address, the business meeting of the club will be conducted by Mrs. L. Schuller, Oelwein, president, and election of new officers for the next year will be held. All interested, women are welcome to iittend the meeting and hear Mr. Clark's program. Union president to Speak at meeting Gene Condon, president of the Local 838 AFL-CIO of John Deere in Waterloo will speak on practices of his union and automation, Tuesday, Feb. 13, at an open meeting of the Young Executive club of Upper Iowa university. The talk will start at 6:30 in Colgrove-walker in room 101. There will be a short question and answer session immediately following Mr. Condon's speech. Anyone who is interested in labor practices and policies is invited to attend. Chosen as co-editors MAYNARD — Gayela Bruner and Helen Kauten have been chosen as co-editors of the 1062 annual with the entire advanced typing class working on the project. They are Jean Bachman, Gayela Bruner, Wilma Earl, Paul Hutter, Ronnie Kappmeyer, Steve Kaune, Helen Kauten, Jean Nus, Vione Peasley, Emily Sullivan and Clyde Trotter. In charge of sales will be Jean Nus and Joan Bachman. Extension Council meets The organization meeting of the Fayette County Extension Council Was, held Tuesday, Jan. 30. Albert Bodensteiner, Auburn township council member, was elected chairman: George Miller, Oran township, vice-chairman; Mrs. Roy Potter, Smithfield township, secretary; and Eugene, Sleek, Harlan township, treasurer. The above officers assumed duties at the January meeting and will continue {through December, 1962, Services held for Mrs. John Hastings Mrs. John Hastings 81, died at the Oelwein hospital Monday morning where she had been taken Sunday afternoon following. a heart attack. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday at 10 a. m. at the St. Francis Catholic church and burial was made in the Catholic cemetery northwest of Fayette. Survivors are her husband, two sistors, Mrs. Kittle Banning; Waterloo and Mrs. Hazel Keeth, Call fornia, also nieces and nephews. I-'.xtension Economist Wallace Ogi?. Historian Ross Talnot and R::nscll Mahan, extension specialist in child development, of the Iowa State university stnff, in a symposium, explained that citizenship in volves complex relationships. The most com non relationships for young peoples they said, are face to face ones such as the family, close relatives and friends. But, equally important, they emphasized, are those involving peo pie whom they may never see, but with whom they are interdependent in the community, in other states, a democratic nation and in international relations. Kenneth McFarland of Topeka, Kansas, spoke at the evening banquet on "Citizenship is You." A nationally known speaker, McFarland, pointed out that no one can render any greater service to his fcllowmen than by keeping others aware of America's heritage and opportunities. The problem today is selling the American system to the American people, he declared. The Iowa Retail Federation provided a banquet for the leaders and exlesion staff members. On the banquet program in addition to McFarland, were O. W. Kirkeby, president of the Iowa Retail Federation, and Sharon Chamberlain, fo-mor Clay county 4-H girl, who sang several songs. 39 cows are high On production list MAYNARD During the month of January, ,'i!) cows found in 1!) of the herds in the Fayette county Dairy Herd Improvement association completed their lactation with production records of 400 or more pounds of butterfat, according to Geo-ge A. Yoiimans, supervisor. The herds were those of Louis Gamier, Maynard, five registered Holsteins with 631, 574, 49.'), 489 and 4G7 pounds; Walter C. Pagel, Sumner, one registered Holstein with GOO pounds; Russell Lockard and Harold Miehc, Maynard, three registered Holsteins with 587, 470 and 412 pounds; John Ingels and Smith Kst., Maynard, one grade Holstuin with 570 pounds; Ixiwell Cannell and Louis Fettkelher, Fairbank, one grade Holeslein with 556 pounds; Forrest Cannell, Sum nor, two registered Holsteins with 548 and 497 pounds. H. W. and Milton Leech, Westgate, three grade Hojesteins with 535, 521, and 492 pounds; Harold V. Ault, Randalla, one registered Brown Swiss with 530 pounds; Sheldon Fox and George Morf, Randalia, three grade Holesteins with 526, 512 and 497 pounds; Russell W. Pagel, Sumner, one registered Holestein with 50G pounds; Edwin Decker, Westgate, one registered Holstein with 499 pounds; Leslie Oakes, Randalia, three grade Holsteins with 471, 42G and 403 pounds. Harvey Love, Fairbank, one registered Brown Swiss, with 454 pounds; Albert Gumm, Westgate, five grade Holsteins with 487, 420, 407, 404 pounds; Alfred Leyh, Sumner, three grade Guernseys with 464, 454 and 405 pounds; Gene H. Brownell, Westgate, two registered Holsteins with 430 and 416 pounds; Herbert W. Malven, Mny- nard, one registered Holstein with 407 pounds; Harold H. Meyer, Maynard, one registered Ilolstein with 403 pounds; and Max Junscn jr., Sumner, one grade Holstein with 403 pounds of butterfat. By Mrs. F. dimming* MAYNARD - Di-s. C. C. and B. A. Hall, a husband and wife team of physicians and surgeons in the Maynard area, will be honored at an open house in the Community hall on Sunday, Feb. 11, from 2 ID 4 p. m. The courtesy, sponsored by the Maynard Booster club, is in ap- p-eciation of the more than 40 years of service to the residence of Maynard and a large surrounding a'-ea. It was back in early 19X1 that Dr. C. C, Hall opened his office in tin.- i'p-. tairs apartment of what is now tlie Funeral Home. Later that year he was joined by Dr. B. A. Hall who had becom'e his wife Carl Masters, local Businessman retires Carl Masters, who has been ass ocialed with the Iowa Oil Co. for the past 33 years, is retiring, on the advice of his doctor. Mr. Masters has been in business for 36 years, having worked for the Standard Oil Co., and the Shirk Oil Co. of Oelwein previous to the time he began his work with the present company. He has been in business in Fayette longer than any other merchant on Main street, with the exception of Dr. II. I. Robinson. Mr. Masters has sold his truck to Herbert C. Brown, who will take over his duties with the oil company. N. F. O. president to a£ Oran Lee Staley, national pres- i'.'enl of the N. F. 0. and Gordon Shafer, national director from Missouri, will speak at Oelwein in the Grand Theater on Feb. 15, at 1 p. in. Fayette, Bremer, Clayton, and Delware counties are proud to present Staley and Shafer on the same program. This is an opportunity for farmers, their wives, business men, and all others interested in the present farm crisis to hear these two men speak of the aims and goals of the N. F. O. Gordon Shafer, who is the chief negotiator, will have something to say about the organization's plan on milk. The N. F. 0. has the plan and Hie determination for the survival of the family-type farm in the present planned economy. Reading circle to meet MAYNARD — The February m< eting of the Ada Reading Circle will IK- with Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer instead of Mrs. John Thiele as previously reported. "Highways and Byways of Yesteryear" will be the topic with Mrs. George Betz as program leader. Roll call will be answered by telling of "My First Train Ride". Employed at Sumner MAYNARD — Wayne Harrington, a recent, graduate of Humboldt Institute, Minneapolis, Minn., is now employed by the Kroblin Company, Sumner. The Humboldt Institute is a preparatory school for training men and women for careers in the transportation and business fields. Harrington is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harrington, Maynard. Homemakers to meet The Farm Bureau Homemakers of Smithfield township will meet with Mrs. Chet Turner on Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 10: a. m. with a pot luck dinner at noon. The lesson will be on window treatment and freezer care. Crafts will be the making of wall plaques, on July 14. In about two years they bought and remodeled the Main street residence which has since served as both office and home. Dr. C. C. Hall, a native of Bell Plain, and his wife, of Cedar Rapids, were graduated from Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, and then went on to study medicine at the State University tyf Iowa, Iowa City. After completing that course. Dr. C. C. Hall spent a year as an intern at a Des Moines hospital and another year in the hospital at Rochester, Minn. Dr. B.' A. Hall served her internship in a San Francisco, Calif., hospital. In addition to their regular practice both doctors have been prominent in church and civic circles over the past 40 years. The people of the area have them to thank for the fine Community hall which serves, not only the local people as a meeting place for small social groups,-orgifflizations and as the public library but for many larger social gatherings and organization meetings from several counties in northeast Iowa. Each year until three years ago, the Doctors entertained the elderly people of Maynard, who would otherwise be alone, at a Christmas dinner in their.home often serving as many as 36 men and women. And many Christmas baskets were filled with goodies from their kitchen for those unable to attend. It is not unusual to hear of some thoughtful deed done by them in a quiet unassuming way. Dr. C. C. Hall has found time through the years to prepare and deliver many addresses for civic, and farm groups and has occupied the pulpit in Iqcal ''and nearby churches on several occasions. V also, ha* a liege cot&cQon ot poems he has written. Dr. B. A. Hall says, "I have no hobby, just wanted to be a doctor from early childhood". The Halls have one daughter, M>-s. Victor Hoth, Waverly, and two grandchildren. They also took into their home a Maynard boy, Belmont Kappmeyer, to educate as a doctor. He is now a practicing physician in Hamilton, 111. No plans are being made by the Doctors for an early retirement. They expect to carry on their busy work-a-day schedule as long as health permits. No one will ever be found to take the place of the Halls in this small northeast Iowa town for doctors are being attracted by specialization in the cities. Attend $25 dinner MAYNARD — Mrs. Dean Kalm accompanied by Mrs. Verle Richardson of Oelwein were in Des Moines Thursday, Feb 1, to attend the republican $25-a-plate dinner at the KRNT theater where Governor Nelson Rockefeller was the speaker. Left for California MAYNARD — Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Gilley and Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Windenburg left Wednesday Feb. 7, for California to visit relatives. George Buhmanns to Celebrate anniversary Mr. and Mrs. George Buhmann of Randalia will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 11. A family dinner will be held at the Grace Lutheran church in Fayette at 12:30 p. m. for relatives and friends. George Buhmann and the former Fern Gordan were married Feb. 10, 1937 at the home of the bride's parents south of Fayette. They have two children: a son, Richard at home and a daughter, Vera of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Buhmann lived on a farm two miles west of Fayette for eight years before moving to their present farm near Randalia in 1945. River Riders meet The Volga River Riders Boosters held their meeting at the Farm Bureau building Saturday evening with a box social, games and dancing. A fair sized crowd attended. It was decided to hold the annual horse sale at the O. W. sale barn at Wadena on Saturday evening, April 14. Benefit Club to meet The Home Benefit club will meet Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 13, at the home of Mrs. Alva Chase. Responses to roll call will be in Valentine memories. Mrs. Stella Lund will be in charge of the program and Mrs. Margaret McSweeny and Mrs. Shirley Butts will be in charge of the fun time. Women Weldon's town council recently took on a "new look" when an all women administration took over the running of the municipal government. The all-women administration was elected when there were no regular nominations filed and all offices were filled by write In votes.

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