Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on March 8, 1962 · Page 6
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March 8, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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Fayette School News Fifth Grade — Mrs. Downing by Linda and Patty Afondny and Tuesday we didn't have school because of the snow storm. Wednesday we cfimc bnck to school nnd now we have a lot of school work to make up. We are having our six weeks tests now. Patty Alshouse and Diane Olson conducted n penmanship contest. First prize: Steve B.; second prize. Linda L.; third prize Marjorie II.; fourth prize. Brenda L. Wc have lieen rending T. V. reports in Language class. We had election of officers for our club. Marjorie Henry was elected president. .Jo KlJen vice- president; and Richard Secretary. We completed our health book this week. Next week we will start science again. Seventh Grade — by Peg Maxson Today we elected new officers. They are: President, David Gour ley; vice president. Bob Wright; secretary, Judy Vandersee; treasurer, Wendy Cue; reporter, Linda Moore; librarian, Paula Wend rich: librarian's helpers, Roy King, Dave Olson; program committee, Kugene Weyant, Marianne Nadenu and Jim Bitterman. These people will have these jobs for the next six weeks. We have $66.35 in our treasury. If some people would pay their club dues, we could have much more. This week tiie whole class took a music test. Let's hope we all got A's. Also this week we had our first test in Iowa history. Twenty-eight people had A's. No one had lower than a C. Eighth Grade — by Louise Pickett and Janeen Dllley Last week in health class we had several demonstrations. Carol Wegner, Diane Schneider and Carol Chase talked and demonstrated the treatment of shock. Kath- Icyn Cue, Linda Henry. Harriet Johnson, and Linda Moore talked on what to do for the different types of burns. They will finish their talk next week. Artifical respiration was the top ie in girl's health today. Marline Brause and Becky Lamphier talk ed and demonstrated on the back method of artificial respiration. Cindy Alderson and Janice Stan nard demonstrated on mouth to mouth resuscitation. In the past week we have been studying the works of Kot>ert Krost. We have reviewed his life and are reading poems of his. We are also studying the composition of different kinds of story. We are planning to make a bulletin hoard about htm. Kach member of the class is going to make a notebook of some of his works. We elected new officers for our class club for the next six weeks. They are as follows: president, Robert Swehla; vice president, Diane Schneider; secretary, Linda Lotz: and treasurer. Larry Joe Yates. We've taken a music test on the different signs used in music and three composers and their works. Senior Sketch — "People that are always picking on somebody" is the pet peeve of 5"Jf' Judy Tripp. Her favorite color is green, she likes clothes that feel comfortable, favorite food is noodles, and she likes Hillbilly music. She has brown eyes and brown hair, and was born April -1, 1EM4. She lives with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Tripp. Her hobby is collecting rocks. High school activities for Judy include basketball, pep club, chorus, and basRetball manager. She has lettered in scholarship, and won a typing pin. Her favorite memory of high school was the fun she had in basketball. She plans to be a bookkee |X !r after she finishes high school this spring. — • — Shari Bierbower, the daughter of the Gaylon Bierbower's was Ixirn April 11. 1!M1. She has hazel eyes, brown hair, and is S'llVj" tall. In her spare time, she likes lo draw. Likes include: Music rock and roll and jazz; clothes short skirts, bluffy sweaters, and painted high heels; colors marine and white. Shari has participated in chorus pep club, annual staff, paper staff, cheerleader, and select chorus. Her favorite memory of high school was preparing for the junior senior prom. Her pet peeve is two faced people. After graduation she plans to attend Ixvuity school. Speech Contest On Feb. 2L IC Fayette students traveled to Lansing to participate in the district contest of the Iowa High School sjx?ech association. Mary Austin, who received a division I rating in dramatic declamation, will go to the state contest at Cedar Rapids in March. All other - contestants from Fay ette received division II ratings. The divisions and names of the contestants follow: Dramatic declamation - Kathy Keig; humorous declamation Ruth McNulty, Dane McBride and Zoe Anna Martin; oratorical declamation - Ann Austin; orginal oratory -- Maurice McBride; radio speaking -- Larry Keig. and Jostin Talcott; interpretative poetry -- Tom Borchert, Charlene Leverington. and Max Dilley; interpretative prose - Zoe Anna Martin, nnd Larry Keig: extemporaneous speaking - Tom Alshouse, and Jostin Talcott; one- act play - Tom Borchert. Har leyn Cue. Charlene Leverington, Linda King. Tom Alshouse, and Tom Schmidt. We wish to congratulate these people and we encourage students to enter the contest again next year. New vehicles licensed New ears »ml trucks licensed last week in the <iffice of the Fayette County treasure." were: Oelwein Glass ami Paint. Oelwein. Ford truck; Bnn.ial Geh -ke. Sum ner. Ford; Pat i< k Flaherty. Hawkeye. Rambler; Carl Menuey. Arlington. CMC t uck; William Ben- ndle. Elgin. Pimtiac: John or Eva Medberry. Elgin. Plymouth; ToKoe or Gladys Phillips. West Union. Bukk; B>ih Falli Implement Co., Elgin. Chevrolet; Abraham or Julie Berry. Oelwein, Buiek; Davis A rick. Oeiwein. Buick; Betty Sims. Clermont. Ford; Mary Welch. Oelwein. Chev rolet; John Gaylor. Oelwein. Chevrolet; City Laundering Co; Oelwein, Falcon; Oelwein Chemical Co. Inc., Oeluein. Ford truck; Milton Jones, Hawkeye. Ford; Fred T. Cline Motor Co.. Clermont. Ford truck. Manufacturing adds Job opportunities The growth of manufacturing in Iowa last year added 5,8 .'ifl job opportunities, a report from the Iowa Manufacturers association showed today. Of that total. job opportunities were created in manufacturing plants and 2,-17!) were created in retail stores, construction or other lines of business activity. "This latter figure is based on a research study of the United States Chamber of Commerce which showed that 71 jobs are created in other business activity as the result of each 1(H) new manufacturing jobs established." said Harry D. Linn. IMA executive vice president. "It also shows that expansion of manufacturing has a greater impact on the economy than the industrial growth alone." Applying the research study figures, the creation of 3,359 new jobs in manufacturing would result in an increase in personal income of $19,765.(XX). On the average. IMA said, this also would bring about an increase in retail sales of S12 .060.IHK) and a rise in bank deposits of $9,045,000. Other results of Iowa 's 1961 growth in manufacturing, applying the Chamber of Commerce figures, would be the establishment of 3,752 more households, an increase in the number of school children by 1,700, opening of 134 more retail stores and an in crease of 3,58-1 in the number of passenger cars registered. "It is easy to see how the growth of manufacturing promotes growth throughout the economy," Linn said. "And, it demonstrates the importance of maintaining a favorable industrial climate in this state to encourage further expansion of manufacturing." The term "57 Varieties" has been the trademark of Heinz foods since 1896. It was originated by H. J. Heinz, who founded the international food-processing company in 1869. Enoch Robert Fratzke,. 27, and Marlene Wendel, 22, both o( Oelwein. Ralph Condon, 18, Brandon and Dariene Stoner, 16, Oelwein. Four licenses issued Four marriage licenses were issued last week in the Fayette County clerk of courts office. James Leroy Voss. 19, Waucoma and Patricia Marie Stcndel, 18, Sumner. Marion Earl Clayburg, legal, Clear Lake, and Dorothy Ward Waldron, legal Oelwein. Energetic Eighty-nine year old Dr. Clyde Kern of Betterdorf likes to blow a hot trumpet, dances up a storm every Saturday and is engaged in full-time chiropractic practice. He recites entire scenes from Shakespeare, devours news magazines and reads detective stories. Dr. Kern insists that age is "nothing but attitude". Shaffers receive "57 Varieties" gift package From Heinz company In recognition of their 57th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Shaffer of Fayette, have received a letter of congratulations and a gift package of the "57 Varieties" from the H. J. Heinz company. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary on Feb. 22. B. D. Graham, executive vice president - Heinz - United States, said: "We heard about this happy occasion, and though it fitting that a 57th anniversary be recognized by the makers of Heinz 57 Varieties." HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT... DANIELS DRUG PLAYING CARD PREMIUM PLAN Stop In — Ask Us About It) ANNOUNCEMENT THE FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY is pleased to announce the appointment of VIRGIL M. BORCHERT as our representative in LIFE, HEALTH, ACCIDENT FAMILY HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCE We have selected Mr. Borchert to give you service in this special insurance field. All other lines of insurance will be serviced by our personnel as before. See our advertisement in this paper For the BEST in FAMILY HOSPITALIZATION Fayette Insurance Agency Phone 88 — Fayette ^V |^s$«ffl*»»»iS^ M« Mi MI MI m i M ?A«,a WELCOME To Fayette's Newest Business Thayer's United Furniture We wiah to ©oar beertkst welcome to Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Tbay-er,. wfa® ties wedk opened a new furniture store in Fsyette. We tjheas *fl the luck and success in the wortd m these asar veotm*. Taking over an estaJb&Jaed bcaron* b sometimes a rather difficult axxi disappointing venture. And to open a new business the problem* can be magnified greatly. We respect and admire any person who has the courage to attempt such an undertaking. Buzz and Polly came to Fayette about a month ago with the intentions of being in the furniture business here, and after many days of making arrangements, have finally succeded in getting their store in operation. The new business is located at the south end of Main street, in the building where the United Window Co. formerly manufactured windows. The Thayers are not newcomers to the furniture business, or to selling. Mr. Thayer has been associated with the furniture business for many years, and his father still owns a furniture store in western Iowa. Mr. Thayer has had several years experience in the selling field. Their ideas on promotions and merchandising are bound to be an asset to the merchants and the community of Fayette. We invite them to take an active part in our civic and social life, and hope they feel they are definitely needed in Fayette. We urge the residents of Fayette and the surrounding area to give them their complete support. Stop in to visit with them and make them feel at home. And above all, patronize them and help to make their new business venture a huge success. THIS AD SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING FAYETTE MERCHANTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN A BETTER FAYETTE UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Phone 170 UNITED FURNITURE & CONSTRUCTION CO. Phone 31 BELLES - WRIGHT FUNERAL HOME Phone 199 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 FAYETTE STONE CO. Phone 73 LUCYS GARDEN OF EATEN Phone 60 HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Phone 38 INTERSTATE POWER CO. < , •. Phone 66 DR. SCOn LINGE Phone 101 MAURER'S SHOES AND CLOTHING Phone 263 OTTS DRIVE" IN Phone 192 SINGER PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 247-R-2 STATE BANK OF FAYETTE Phone 4 HEINEMAN TEXACO Phone 35 VERA'S DRESS SHOP Phone 81 FAYETTE THEATER Vic Dahl, .proprietor UNIVERSITY CLEANERS Phone 152 VANDERSEE PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 194 WflLKE AND WULKE PRODUCE Phone 9 BILL'S SUPER VALU Phone 84 DANIELS DRUG STORE Phone 163 & A. BULLOUS Postmaster LEWIS VARIETY STORE oine,'^: COUNTY me m P# 4 mdmM

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