Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on March 1, 1962 · Page 5
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March 1, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

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Public hearing Thursday On highway improvement The Iowa State Highway Comtn ission has set Thursday, March 8, as the date for a public hearing on the proposed improvement of U. S. Highway 18, in Fayettc county. The meeting will be held in the courtroom of the courthouse in West Union at 7 p. m. Purpose of the meeting is to present to the general public facts about the design, construction and right of way requirements of the proposed improvement. Hearings Engineer Raymond Kassei emphasized that everyone attending the hearing will bo given the opportunity to present statements or to ask questions. Statements in favor of or against the proposed construction may be presented and entered as part of the official record. After formal presentation of the facts on the project, time will be allowed for a question and answer period. It is the policy of the Highway Commission to conduct public hearings before final details of a project are set. This policy allows consideration of suggestions raised by interested citizens at the meeting. Public hearings are also required by the U. S. Bureau of Public Roads where Federal money is expended on improvements of highways going into or through any city, town or village. The Federal Meetings scheduled For Maynard groups MAYNARD — Mrs. Marjorie Moritz and Mrs. Fred Reinke will have charge of the program when the Ladies' Aid Society meets at the St. Paul's Lutheran church Thursday afternoon. Mar. 1. Mrs. Loraine Albrecht will present the topic. On the serving committee will be Mrs. Gladys Buenneke, Mrs. Otto Buhr and Mrs. Ralph Pliester. On the flower committee for the month will be Mrs. Dale Schrader and Mrs. Ernest Oltrogge. Meeting the same afternoon will be the Ruth circle of the W. S. C. S. with Mrs. Wilbur Bender and the Martha circle with Mrs. Gerald Berry. The Order of Eastern Star will meet the evening of Mar. 1 in the Masonic Temple. The Ladies' Cemetery association will hold its first meeting of the year on Friday afternoon. Mar. 2, with Mrs. Oscar Sykes. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Johanna Harrison, Mrs. Charles Barnholt, Mrs. Faye Cummings and Mrs. Blanche Perry. Mrs. John Gantenbein will entertain the Scrabble club at her home Monday afternoon, Mar. 5. The group will meet again on Monday afternoon, Mar. 19, with Mrs. Frank Johnson. The discussion of the topic, "Who Cares", will be led by Mrs. LeRoy Henniges at the meeting of the Helping Hand society at the United Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon, Mar. 7. Mrs. Wilma Bartels will conduct a Bible quiz. Hostesses will be Mrs. Carl Carlsen, Mrs. Donald Jellings, Mrs. Orah Patsey and Mrs. Mina DeBow. The Esther circle of the W. S. C. S. will meet with Mrs. Harold Hare Thursday afternoon. Mar. 8. This circle will be the flower committee for the month. The Eve guild of the Helping Hand society will meet with Mrs. Raymond Lundry Monday evening, Mar. 12. Mrs. Carlsen will lead the devotions and Mrs. Donald Mosher the lesson study. On Tuesday evening, Mar. 13, the American Legion auxiliary will join with Legion members in a party at the Community hall in observance of the National American Legion birthday anniversary. A potluck lunch will follow. "Women's Changing Status" will be studied when the Women's Society of Christian Service meets at the Emmanuel Methodist church Wednesday afternoon, Mar. 14, with Mrs. Harold Arthur and Mrs. Robert Dugan as leaders. Hostesses will be Mrs. Don Hartz, Mrs. Jesse Luloff, Mrs. Glen Nicholson, Mrs. Hugo Sharf and Mrs. W. P. Truesdell.' The Ada Reading circle will meet Friday afternoon, Mar. 16, with Mrs. Floyd Henniges. The program leaders, Mrs. Don Fish and Mrs. Henry Buenneke, will consider "Songs of the North and of the South". This is one phaie in developing the year's theme, "Iowa A Century Ago". Roll call wfll be answered with a line from an old song,"' On Tuesday afternoon, Mar. 20, \ the Martha Missionary society will meet at the St. Paul's Lutheran church, Mre. Mate Holmstrom will entertain the Deborah guild of the Helping Hand society Wednesday afternoon, Mar. 21, and the Rebek- «h guild will meet the same afternoon with Mrs. Vivian Hubbell. The Order of Eastern Star will hold its school of instruction at the Masonic Temple aM p. m. Saturday, Mar. 24, with inspection Mi 3 p, m. The Farm Bureau Homemakera township will meat with after- the lesson on old pictures framei. Aid HiKhwfiy Act (if 105(1. requires stale hiRhwny dcp^-iincnts to ivr tify that a lustring has In-cn held on all Federal Aid p.-ojeets. The proposed project which will he discussed at the hearing brains lit n point nn presi ill I'. S. Ili^h way lit at the (.'hii-kasaw county line and extends in an easterly direction to Vine street in West Union. The' length of (In 1 improvement is approximately KU miles. Construction on the proposed project will consist of widening the present 18 foot and ^1) foot highway to 24 feet and also \vicl enin« the present bridges. A chan nelizcd intersection at the junction of U. S. If! and Iowa 1(12 will also be in the project. Following the widening and reconstruction, the proposed improve tnent will Ix- resurfaced with as phallic concrete, and the shoulder work completed. Construction is scheduled to he gin in 19C2 with the resurfacing and shoulder work scheduled for 1963. The estimated cost of the pro posed improvement is $927,000 which includes some additional right of way needed for the pro ject. Announce marriage Mr. and Mrs. Russell Krion announce the marriage of their daughter, Janice, to Harold D. Armentrout of Cedar Rapids. The couple, attended by Mr. and Mrs. James Protsman, were married in Cedar Rapids on Friday, Feb. 23 in the Kenwood Park Methodist church. The Rev. Bernard Olsen performed the cermony. Mr. Armentrout is the son of .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Armentrout of Atlantic, and is a mechanical engineer at Cherry-Burrcll's in Cedar Rapids. The couple will reside at 4iC 12th St. S. E. in Cedar Rapids. olate cake. Friday Tomato soup, green salad, cheese squares, orange, milk, white cake, egg salad sandwiches. Little Chats on Public Notice Lowest and Best ( No. 20 in a Series ) One of the tno:-t common forms (if public notice, or legal advertis ing. is that which invites bids on such things as public works, im provements. equipment and sup plies. Usually the notice specifies that tli>' bids must be sealed, sets a time limit when they must be filed, in some cases calls for the filing of a performance bond, and gives other details. Such a public notice serves several puposes. It publicizes the intention of a branch of the government or other public or semi public agency. In particular, in the kind of situation in question, it aims at comparative bidding as in highway improvements or school building contracts. There is no guarantee, of course, that such legal advertising will produce bids. It happens sometimes, too, that the bids are nearly or actually identical. But the law generally gives authority to readvertise where the bids exceed the estimate or are otherwise unacceptable. The law often gives discretion also for the acceptance, by the proper authorlies. of the "low est and best" bid. The lowest bid may not be the best bid. every thing considered, and the best. conversely, may not be the lowest. It is a major part of the function of the public notice, pub lished in a bona fide n> \\spaper of paid general circulation, to bring out Ihe "lowest and best" bid. This is of cxat imp >.mice to the public which pay> the bin.-,. It is of importance ais,> to interested parties, include: bidders themselves. Trues- cf ttu Elected president MAYNARD - Mrs. \V. P dell was elected president Ada Heading circle fur t! year beginning in Sept> in'v when it met Friday. Feb. tlu 1 home of Mrs, Henry mover. Others flic ted ue; Maynard Menefec. vice pri siden!: Mrs. Sam Holmes. secra,i:-\. ;>nd Mrs. Kappmcytr. treasiner. The p. esidtnt. Mrs. A. F' Bergman, appointed Mrs. Triiesdell. Mr?. John Thiele and Mrs. Louis Gamier as a coinniitkt: to meet with the Community library board to assist in making plans for observing National Library Week in April. - To be at West Union A representative of the Social Security Administration District office in Waterloo will be in West Union at the court house on March G. 13, 20 and 27 from 10 a. m. to 12 noon, according to Earl T. Johnson, District Manager. The representative will assist persons who wish to file applications tor ii.de.-dl okiasi. survivors or disability insurance bcnelits. original and di.^uat- .• .. ; . .-e urity account number ca. tis ;.-,ci employer identification numbers. Yes . . . 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