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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 1

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Sfofe music contesf to Be held at West Central .I 0 -"'-"f Hist. & Archive* ] •A:, Moinos. 7.0 7>,i^. , */ MAYNARD - The West Central Community school w be hor.t to the northeast Iowa SL to music contest to be held on F May and Saturday, Apr. G-7. Acco-ding to Superintendent W. P. T-uesdell, there will be G-17 students from 17 class C schools paiticipating in the 507 events at five centers in the comumnity. Beginning at 0 p. m. Friday there will be piano solos, girls' trios. Madrigal groups, and mixed duets in the kindergarten room; girls' quartets and treble voice high at the United Presbyterian church; E flat clarinets, bass clarinets, B flat clarinets solos, mixed clarinets quartets, clarinet trios and woodwind choirs at the Community hall; and snare drum solos, drum ensembles, tympani solos, percussion ensembles and cornet-trumpet solos at the new gymnasium. On Saturday morning starting at 8 p. m. there will be woodwind t-ios, alto saxophone solos and flute solos in the kindergarten room; boys' quartets, tenor solos County T-B and Health group meets The Executive Board of the Fay- I'tte county Tuberculosis and Health Association held a spring meeting at the Colgrove-Walker Memo-ial building, Fayctte, Iowa on Friday, March 29. 1962. The meeting was attended by Mrs. Paul Daniels, president; Oelwein; Mrs. Paul Downer, vice- president, Putnam township; Mrs. Arble Schroder, secretary, Postville; Mrs. Brannon, rural seal salesman, Eden township; and Mrs. Ralph Alshouse, patient's service chairman, Smithfield township, and Mrs. O'Drien, Oelwein. The discussion was lead by Miss Mae Auckerman, field service consultant, Cedar Rapids. It was announced that Ronald Roeding, St. Lukes high school of St. Lucas will present his topic, "Christmas Seals - Investment for the Future" at the recognition breakfast, Friday, April 6 at the Hotel Savery. Des Moines, Iowa. Report on Christmas seals revealed that the gross contributions came to $4,173.94. The annual dinner will be held at the Colgrove-Walker memorial building, April 25, 1962 at 7:30 p. m. The budget and program for the year 1962-1963 was discussed. and treble voice low at the Presbyterian church; treble voice medium and boys' double quartets at the Emmanuel Methodist church; baritone-euphonium solos, cornet- trumpel quartets and cornet-trumpet trios at the new gymnasium; and brass quartet-,, miscellaneous brass groups, bi-ass quintets and and bass sextets, at the Community hall. At the final session beginning at Volume 48, Number 14 1 p. m. Saturday there will be baritone saxophone solos, tenor saxophone solos, bassoon solos, alto clarinet solos, flute trios, flute quartets, oboe solos, piccolo solos and miscellaneous woodwind groups at the kindergarten room; treble voice low, baritone solos and mixed double quartets at the Presbyterian church; mixed quartets, bass solos and girts* sextets at the Community hall; tuba solos, French horn solos, trombone solos, trombone quartets, French horn quartets and brass choirs at the new gymnasium; B flat clarinet quartets, woodwind quintets, snxo- phone quartets and saxophone sextets in the fifth grade room. The contestants will represent the schools at Arlington Center Point, Denver. Dunkurton, Eastern Allamakee, Edgewood-Colesburg, Fayette, Fredericksburg, Guttenburg, Lamont, Marquette McGreggor, Plainfield. South Winneshiek, M awbe.ry Point, Turkey Valley, Wapsic Valley and West Central Community. Tlie Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Thursday, April 5, 1962, Fayette, Iowa Ten Pages This Issue Whose Farm Is The Mystery Farm? Thayer discusses Promotion at C. of C. meeting The monthly meeting of the Fayette Chamber of Commerce was held Thursday evening, March 29, at Lucy's Garden of Eat'en. About 30 persons attended. B. J. Thayer, owner of Thayer United Furniture, spoke to the group in regard to a retail promotion'-for all Fayette merchants, the promotion was to be called "The Mad Midnight Marathon." and was scheduled to be held on Friday, April 13, if enough of the merchants consented to cooperate, A meeting to further discuss the promotion was set for Thursday morning, April 5. If the local merchants decide to use the>promotlon idea, outstanding bargains will be offered during the evening, April 13. The promotion, with the cooperation of all the merchants, could be one of the largest ever held in Fayette. If the promotion is to be used complete details will be announced in next weeks issue of the Leader. Earl Schneider, president of the Chamber of Commerce, presided at the meeting. Kindergarten Round-up Scheduled The annual Kindergarten Round- Up for children entering the kindergarten next fall in the Fayette Community school will begin at 9 a. in. on Wednesday, April 18, in the Fayette high school gymnasium. The purpose of the round-up is to have a physical examination of each child before entrance into school and to determine the number of pupils that will enter school next fall, according to Supt. Dean Curtis. In order to enter kindergarten next fall, a child must be five years of age on or before Oct. 15, 1962. Parent of a chi.'d -site.. So; kind-* sail for Italy and his work as a CT-gnrtrru next .war stiould contact missionary, nicnara is the son or the school if they have not received a card from the school. Paul family to begin new Life as missionary in Italy Saturday, March 31, the lifelong ambition of a former Fayette resident began to materialize as Richard Paul and his family set After a full year of red tape Free copy of mystery Farm picture to owner For making identification The picture above was taken anddelay,oick"sought"'Please of a form somewhere in Fayelte ent to Dr. raw- county m the vicinity of the ofFa y cUe - The mystery W. S. C, S. general Meeting held April 4 The general meeting of the W. S. C. S. was held Wednesday, April 4 in the Broadroom of the church. Lesson Topic was "Rich Toward God", The Pledge Service was held, with Mrs. Jake Yearous in charge. Hostesses were the circle vice chairmen, Mrs. Russell Swartz, Mrs. John Hofmeyer, Mrs. Eldon Otterstein, and Mrs. Otto Nehlsen. The American Home Department will meet Thursday evening, April 10, with Mrs. Joy Whiford as hostess and Mrs. Harold Homewood as co-hostess. "My trip to Germany" will be given by Mrs, Elizabeth Longar. Word received here Of cousin'* death Mrs, Agnes Green received word of the death of her cousin, Mrs. Josie Gilles, In Mercy hospital Pubuque, where she had been confined the past 3 months with a heart aljment. She was the former Josie Stack Funeral services held For Mrs. E. A. Hancock Funeral services were held in the Methodist church of Miller at 2 p. m, Wednesday for Mrs. Ernest A, Hancock who died at the Miller hospital March 23. The Rev. Richard Moberly was in charge of the services. Mary E. Falkey was born at Fayette, Iowa, Dec. 2, 1881, the daughter of Charles and Anna Felkey. She received her education in the Fayette schools and was married in Fayette April 28, 19M, to Ernest A. Hancock. In 1905 Mr. and Mrs. Hancock moved to South Dakota where they settled on a farm in Rockdale township, Hand county, they lived there until her illness made it necessary for her to move to Miller where she lived until her hospitalization and death. Surviving are her husband; five sons, William Donald, Racine, Wise.; Benjamin, Waterloo, Iowa; Robert, Cornvallis, Ore.; Ivan, Ree Heights; and James Miller; three daughters, Mrs. Lois Hiatt, Albany, Ore.; 18 grandchildren; and one brother, Charles Felkey, Fayette, Iowa. She was preceded in death by her parents, one sister, Margaret and one brother, Martin. Mra. Fox hostess To Birthday club The March Birthday Club meeting was held at the home of Mrs. A, J. Fox on Tuesday, March 27, with twelve women in attendance. Mrs. Alva Chase and Mrs. Ena Davis assisted as co-hostesses. The dining room table was graced with two decorated birthday cakes for the pot luck dinner at noon. The birthday song was sung for Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen, whose birthday was that day. Mrs. Clair Hogan was chairman of the afternoon session. Mrs. Carl Zupke and Mrs. Richard Jamieson presented contests for the entertainment. Mrs. Holmes will be hostess in 1863. Youth Center to hold "Dress-Up" dance The Fayette Youth Center will hold a "Dress-Up" dance on April 14. All members are asked to Mr. and Mrs. Billie Paul of Fayette. The follou-ing story was written by a friend of the Pauls concerning their years of study, and their ambitions. The story is being reprinted for the benefit of Mr. and Mrs. Paul's friends in the Fayette area. by Charlotte Syme "My times are in thy hands," asserted the Psalmist. "Amen," respond the Richard Pauls of Fayette, Iowa and Lnns- dale, Pa. For seven years they sought to serve God dn the mission field. The road was beset by disappointments, discouragements, and blasted plans but their eyes never wavered from the goal nor was their faith in the Call dimmed. As they look back down the long road, God's good timing is apparent in each forward step and in each slop as well. "As we prepare at last to sail," Dick says, "we rejoice in the significance of the words from Isaiah: 'For ye shall not go out with haste, nor go by flight; for the Lord will go before you; and the God of Israel will be your reward." An expert radio technician and possessor of both ham and commercial radio-telephone licenses, Dick Paul is needed in Florence, Italy to take charge of a broadcasting studio operated by the Worldwide European Fellowship. Tapes prepared there are broadcast over Trans-World Radio and beamed behind the Iron Curtain. The long discipline of watching God time their movements began back in January, 1953. Dick, then a young Air Force technician, was stationed with his bride in Springfield, Mass. Under the preaching of the Rev. Linwood Dctweiler, now of Grace Bible Church, Souderton, Pa., they surrendered to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Then came a conviction that Dick ought to finish college. Because his radio know-how made him top-priority to the Air Force, he knew that only a miracle would release him before his enlistment was up. "Nevertheless," Laura recalls, "he applied and waited to see* what God would do about it. On September 11, 1953, he received his discharge -- just four days before the fall term opened ,at, King's college." By this time a baby daughter had joined the family, but he moved ahead in faith and received his degree in the 'spring of 1855. During his college days, Dick became greatly concerned about from his commitment to Dr. Crasv ford. "I-could nt/,-'forget some /.bin."-! J had.. ^Jinuivl . in />h,-ir>pl L 0 rV/ >1C ^e m rem 0 ernber S . n "an S d 0 I the interest of its many reader,,. became convinced that God was If ' he , owner of the farm pic- not sending me to Korea." In tllled above w»» s , l °P m . nt tlle preparation he took further study Leadcr offlce he wiH receive free at the Philadelphia Bible Institute, of charge a 5 x 7 glossy print of And Daniel was added to the the Picture. There is nothing to growing family. buv .' All that is asked of the own,, , t ... . . ,, .. ,^r is a little information so that God was still showing them the ., precision, <>f His timing. In Feb- ( . , f b]j * foUowing i nary, 1 !>:>'.), jnxl two weeks before week they were to sail to Austria under the Europt an Evangelization Crusade, administrative changes necessitate'! canc'ellation of their book- in 1 ;. One result of the switch was that Timothy was born here at home instead of on the field as anticipated. Now sup.io t had to be sought. "The- resp'ins : ')il ; ty of a growing family d i;; nut permit freedom in (!"ji't'ition.'il t .AT!," Dick wrote his constit ivn y. An expert mech an'u. 1 , he wo Ui d full time. But because he is a missionavy at Iwa t, he bc/{.-i'i a Bible-teaching miiiisti'y in tin. 1 unchurched com- nvnity of Tylf's;wt, Pa. There he leaves a Uri\ ing congregation. Dtp-.'tation work was fitted among t'lKse activities. Not until Christinas of K'ul was t'w last $50 of suppo. I promised. Hy then they had Samuel. Only the visa from Rome was lacking a matter of much delay and red tape. The big news came on January 17 and was wired jubilantly to supporting churches; "Visas granted ... sailing March 31 ... Time short . . " The Lord's clock was still running well - they had time to get comfortable accommodations at the off-season rates. Asked about her own call to the mission field, I-aura Paul glances fondly around her lively brood. "God has given me a big job of motherhood," she responds. "And I'm Dick's wife. That he has a call to go is enough for me. I know that my place is where he is." So she shops and packs and makes lists without neglecting the day-to-day care of five small children. She and Dick will be ready on March 31, when with Diana, Jonathan, Daniel, Timothy, and Samuel, they sail for Florence, Italy, and the job toward which they have been moving for seven years. Cummins to be Banquet speaker Tale Cummins, of television station WMT in Cedar Rapids will h" 1 the featured speaker at the tiist annual athletic banquet for Kayttte hi};li school students on TIiM i«! \y, Ap il *.). Arli'lt ticki.ts are now on sale at the I.oiidor offu-o. Only 200 tickets \\ill l;c sold, on a frst come, first K.vve basis. Students nviv purchase tickets in Si'pt. Dean Cuitls' office nt the F : \VI Hi 1 Community school. All hiji'i school nthlcles. managers and (lieer leade s will be. guests at T'"> b.-i:i:|"il will begin at 6:30 ;i 1.1. in >>> b--yi-!n nt nf the Fa-ni ' -i -i a-i l)!'!Kiin.-{ in Faytlle. Orv'-b Chrlstophel L ?:?n"uct speaker ?I \VNARD Orville Christoph(1, cidiT of the First Presbyterian (•lurch, Oelwein, was the guest s> :,kf at the leather-Son bano;uet h Id at the United Presbyterian ciuuvh Wednesday, Mar. 21. It was attended by 87 fathers and sons of the congregation. Other program numbers included two solos • one by Marcia Gamier accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Ivan Gamier, and one by Sandra Alshouse accompanied by Mrs. John Ingols; a reading, "What Little Boys Are Made Of", by Beryl Hall; and selections by Jerry Dodds and the Blades, an instrumental group from Upt lown University, Fayette. fffie program opened and closed miister-of-ccrmonies. Mrs. I. P. Stewart was chairman of the dining room committee that carried out the baseball theme in table arrangement and decora- linns of baseball equipment loaned by the Coast to Coast store, Oelwein; M.S. Kldo Brockman was chairman of kitchen committee; and M-s. Marvin Ingels, the overall chairman. Serving with Marine Corps in California Marine 1st l.t. James R. Shaffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Shaffer of KM KinH St., Fayette is serving with Headquarters Mattery, Force Troops, Marine Corps Hase, Twenty-nine Palms, Calif., which is part icipating in Kxercise Pot Shot off the coast of Southern California, March rj-23. The exiveise. largest Navy train tan maneuver in the Paeit'ie Fleet in nearly a year, involves more than tit) ships, many aircraft and elements of the First Marine Div ision find the Third Air Win;;. Pot shot is scheduled to include carrier strikes, mili-suhmarinc op e'ations, amphibious landings, re placement at sea, mine w;irfaiv, iii-ivel convoy operations, Marine operations ashore and aerial, .surface and sub surface reconnaiss a nee. "The opportunity to bring lofict her all those forces in a single operation is rare," says Vice Ailin. Charles L. Nelson, commander of the First Fleet and exercise coin mander. "We hope to considerably enhance the operational readiness and capabilities of all Pacific Fleet units participating." General meeting April 9 The Woman's club will meet Monday, April 9, in the new Lewis Variety and Gift store at 148 Main Kt. at it p. m. An exhibit of china and pottery will be on display. This exhibit is made possible by the ceramic service of the department of fine ;r ts of the Hows Federation of Women's cltil). Miss Dorotliye Huscliing, Fayel le county home economist, will guv 11 lecture on the exhibit. Members of other Federated clubs in the area are invited to attend The exhibit will be on display To,' public viewing from 2 to 4 p. in. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thu.sday, April 10, 11, 12. REPUBLICAN CAUCUS There will be a eauuc of all interested Republicans from Westfield township at the Town Hall in Fayette, Tuesday, April 3, 1962. The purpose will he to select delegates to the Republican County Convention, and to take care of other business. Celebrate birthday Tuesday, April 3, was the tenth birthday of Ellen Johnson. To help her celebrate four little girls spent the night with her. Those present were Vicki Crafton, Mary Culligan, Kathy Farney, and Susie Hubbcll. Clmrlene Smith was un able to attend because of illness. Ellen's sister, Harriet, planned the games for them to play, and the girls wished Ellen many more Happy Birthdays. Attend funeral Relatives and friends attending the funeral of Mrs. Howard Roberts were from Rockford, III., Winona., Milwaukee, Wis, Auxdnsse, Mo., Waterloo, Elkader, Plainfield, and Des Moines, besides those from nearby towns. To meet Thursday The American Ixjgion and Auxiliary will hold their regular monthly meeting, Thursday, April's, at 6:30 p. m. in the Legion hall for a pot luck supper. All auxiliary members please attend as it is time to fill out forms. Grandmothers to meet The Grandmother's club will meet Thursday, April 12, at the home of Mrs. Agnes Dickinson. Each member should bring their own work. Social Hour club meet The Social Hour club will meet Friday afternoon, April 6, at the home of Mrs. Eldred Dumermuth. Roll call will be to bring for exchange a vine, plant or seeds. There will be election of officers, and Mrs. Alfred Ash will have charge of the program. Women's Bowling w wear their "Sunday ^est", as this of"T5ubuaue"and"had often visited is to be an extra special dance, the world's mission fields and his annual report in the" late Mr. and Mrs. John with Maynard and West Union high responsibility to them. When Percy — Bailey home, Mrs. Bailey being school students invited to attend. Crawford suggested that he and his Bake Sale her «wrt She Is survived by her Jerry Dodd and His Blades will family, which now Included Jona- The Senior Class will hold a husband. Henry three sons, one provide the entertainment for the than, go to Korea to help establish bake sale Saturday, April M, at daughter. ~and several -grandchild- evening. Admission will be 35c for a children's work, the Pauls accept- Knight's Hardware iUw DmJjMque. all members and guests. ed the challenge. 9 a, m. beginning at Willing Workers to meet The Willing Workers will meet Thursday, afternoon, April 12, at 'the home of Mrs. Dick Whttley. Roll call i» a favorite Bible verse. Mrs. Harold Whitley will provide the entertainment. Maynard Coop 59 Chase's IGA 58 Harry's Cities Service 52 Singer Plumbing 51 Wilke and WHke 37 Fayette Speed Wash 19 H. I. G. - Betty Jenkins ,,-.192 H. I. S. - Vivian Hubbell .,.,460 H. T. G. - Harry's Cities Ser- v ic6 V78 H. T, S. — Maynard *Coqp -J stores In spite of the snow remaining on the ground, the Fayette merchants will hold their Spring Opening Sales Promotion on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. Many bargins will be found in the ads appearing in this issue of the Leader. Many of those who offer services instead of meifchand- ise bargins are also reminding the area residents that spring is here and warm weather is not very far off. Some of the things to look for in the ads appearing in this issue, a-e listed below. Nutri Pak is having 5 Big Dividend Days, April 9 - 10 - 11 12 - 13. The Garden Center of the Nutri Pak Co., is having a spring opening , April 5-6-7. Maurer's have a complete line of sports wear for the entire family. They also have a new supply of shoes, hats , purses, and gloves. Fayette Stone Company offe-s you better results from your spt ing planting with the use of agricultural lime. Schneider Insurance has a new cancer policy which also cove-s many other diseases. Vern's Dress Shop is having its Grand Opening and daily drawings to be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday. All you have to do is to register to be eligible to win. With the Fayette Speed Wash in town no one will have to fight the bad weather. You can wash your laundry for 20 cents and dry it for 10 cents. The Fayette Insurance Agency offers you all types of insurance for the family or individual. For a spring opener the Coffee Nook> is having a* Blti&«i>iaTe Vpec- ,. ial Jor only 75 cents, on Apjrtl 6. -.." -»- -"•-.„ t* J T_M,*_YHmr. ...lnL,-iMA il r you more enjoyment in~ your favorite sport by having the correct and best equipment available for you. Lee's Service is ready to give that spring tune-up on your trucks, tractors, lawn mowers and all makes of cars. Harper Plumbing and Heating offer you the latest and best in sales and service of Lennox heating and air conditioning systems. Ott's Drive-In has a hamburger or hot dog or fishwich PLUS french fries AND a milk shake for only 44 cents, as a spring opener. Farm Bureau Insurance has insurance for the Farm, Business and Industry. Duwe's sharpen and overhaul lawn mowers. Singer Plumbing and Heating can do your plumbing, masonry, carpentry, wiring and cement work this spring. Daniels Drug Store has a complete line of Kem Tone paints. They also have discontinued Kem Tone paints at one half price. Bob is offering to buy your ceiling wallpaper for you. The State Bank of Fayette would like for you to inquire about a F. H. A. home improvement loan. Joyce Lumber Company has a new acoustical tile and a sensational offer on a Dormeyer portable mixer, which is just $7.77. Thayer's United Furniture is offering you 15 per cent off on all types of paint and wallpaper. They also offer you a FREE bedspread with the purchase of a bedroom suite, and a Free swivel rocker with the purchase of a living room suite. Zabriskie Garage is ready to service your car for carefree spring and summer driving. Dumermuth and Fay are offering a FREE Easter bam with the purchase of one ton of feed, or a FREE supertherm jug or ice chest with the purchase of 1,000 pounds of starter feed. The Fayette Theater is featuring Mysterious Island, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, April 5-6-7, and Back Street on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, April 8-9-10. Ed's Deep Rock Service is offering tires at such a low price that you will have to stop in and compare prices to believe it. Langerman Construction Company has two full track Barber Greene tiling machines with which to do yqur spring tiling. Bill's .Super Vaju is featuring frozen meat pies, round steak and many other bargains as a spring opener. Wagner TV Service handles a complete Una of Motorola products which includes; televisions, radios, car radios, translators, and stereo record players. .

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