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April 19, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 1

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Leader receives award In sfafewide compefifion DesMofa* The Fayctte Leader was one of the comparatively few newspapers honored at the Iowa Press convention in Des Moines last Thursday, Friday and Saturday, receiving an honorable mention certificate in the "plus business" division. The Leader was one -of three newspapers in the state to receive honorable mention in this division. The award was presented for the natural gas edition which was published last fall. The other two newspapers that received honorable mention were the Harlan County Times at Iowa Falls and the Forest City Summit. The Indianola Record Herald and Tribune received first; the Grinnel Herald Register second; and the Harlan Tribune third. The only other northeast Iowa newspapers to receive awards were the Oelwein Daily Register and the Sumner Gazette. The Gazette received second -place in "general excellence in typography, and honorable mention in newspaper general excell- Easter egg hunt to Be held on Saturday The third annual Easter egg hunt in Fayette, sponsored by the Fayette Chamber of Commerce, will be held Saturday afternoon, April 21. The hunt will be held at 2:30, Saturday, on the Upper Iowa university campus. Easter eggs for the hunt will be placed on the campus sometime Saturday morning. The hunting area will then be roped off and policed so that the eggs will still be in place when the hunt begins. Prizes for the hunt will be donated by the Fayette merchants, and well be collected by a special committee on Thursday afternoon. The Easter egg hunt will be open to all youngsters in the Fayette area from toddlers through 12 years of age. The hunting area will be roped off and divided into four age groups; Toddler through five years of age; six, seven and eight years of age; nine and 10 years of age; and 11 and 12 years of age. Prizes will be awarded in each age group. ence. The Register, in Ihc daily class, received second place in newspaper general excellence, and first in advertising layout and design. L. A. Warren, publisher of the Register, received honorable mention in the editorial excellence division. He was also one of the honored three who received Master Editor Publisher awards. The other two recipients were Carl Hogendorn of North English, and Karl M. Le Climpte of Corydon. This is Ihe second award in less than three years earned by the Leader. Two years ago the local paper received an award for general improvement. of Hist. & ArcMv«l •s Mnines, 19. low* - 7o~~Tl i Volume 48, Number It) The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Thursday, April 19, 1962, Fuyetle, Iowa Six Pages This Issue Good turn for Good. Samaritans By the Auxiliary Residents of the Good Samaritan home in West Union will be looking their best for Easter, due to the efforts of several members of the Fayette unit of the Palmer Memorial hospital auxiliary, and Miss Jodeen Fitz. ' Four members fo the auxiliary and Miss Fitz, operator of the Beauty Box Salon, went to the Home Monday to render free se- vice to the patients. They gave shampoos, hair cuts, permanents and hair sets to some of the women patients, and hair cuts and shaves to some of the men. Miss Fitz furnished the equipment and supplies. , The auxiliary members who helped were: Mrs. Ivan Lindell, Mrs. Edward Bradley, Mrs. Cleve Scott and Mrs. Howard Johnson. Among the patients who received the free service were Mrs. Norman Henry and Ella Moser, both former Fayette residents. Wednesday uight of this week the auxiliary members held a special meeting in the Colgrove- Walker building on the U. I. U. campus, with Mrs. Robert Anthony and Mrs. Ivan Lindell as hostesses. During the meeting the members discussed plans and decorations for the "Daffodil Ball", which is to be held Friday, April 27, in the Colgrove-Walker building. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the auxiliary for $1.50 each, and the public is urged to JUtend. Proceeds will be used for further projects of the auxiliary. Last rites Saturday For Burnette Brown Funeral services for Burnette Brown were held Saturday, April 14, at 10:30 A. M. from the Kearns- Dykeman Chapel, in Cedar Falls. The Rev. Roger Russell, pastor of St. Timothy's Methodist church officiated. A second service was held at 2:30 p. m. Saturday at the First Methodist church in Fayette with the Rev. Jerry Wolcott, pastor officiating. Burial was in the Grandview cemetery at Fayette. Burnette K. Brown was born on Sept. 17, 1927, at Oelwein, the son of Albert J. and Glady.; G.-een- ough Brown. He received his education at Fayette. On April 16, 1948, he married Charlotte Clark, at Waterloo. He has been a resident of Cedar Falls for the past 11 years. He was employed by the Rath Packing Co., for 14 years and worked on the loading dock. He served in the Navy for four years during World War II. He was a member of St. Timothy's Methodist church and a member of Local No. 46 of the United Packing House Workers of America. Surviving are his widow, one son, Bradford, two daughters, Cynthia and Sandra; two brothers, James, in the U. S. Army in Germany; Burdee, of St. Paul, Minn., and three sisters, Mrs. Roy Smith, of Luana; Mrs. Don Froehle, of Blue Earth, Minn., and Mrs. F. D. Sauerbry, of Hopkinton. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Harold Angell, of Delhi, and his father, Albert Brown, of Sibley. . • lOr ClQSS lO Present comedy The Junior class of Fayette high school will present the play "Onions in the Stew" on Tuesday, April 24, at 8 p. m. in the high school gymnasium. The book, written by Betty MacDonald, was adopted for the stage by William Dalzell and Anne Coulter Martens. This play is a delightfully humorous story of a family living on an island in Puget Sound. They have the same problems as any normal family, plus a few more that might be attributed to island living. The cast is as follows: Betty MacDonald, Dayna Dumermuth; Don MacDonald, Tom Borchert; Anne, Diane Ashby; Joan, Harleyn Cue; Howard Fraser, Ken Butters; Claud, Jim Rhode; Roger Hilton, Max Dilley. Claire Fessenden, Renee Jellings; Lesley Arnold, Mary Austin; Marge, Carol Clark; Miss Garvey, Janice Stearns; Bee Gee, Linda Niles; Salsie, Zoe Anna Martin; Kitsie, Ruth McNulty; Plumbers, Paul Clark, Mike Gaynor, Don Timmerman, Barbara Burget. There are also several bit parts not mentioned. «• \ < *'t» •' IT WAS A BUSY NIGHT. A typical scene last Friday night is the one shown above, taken in (ho Lewis' 5 cent to $1 store. Volga Valley club meets The Volga Valley club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs—Russell Dickinson with eight members present. Roll call was an exchange of plants. The program featured a general discussion on "your favorite month and why." Guests were Mrs. Clayton Bonjour and Bernice Bonjour. Sale is postponed -. The Fayette Lions club broom sale, which 'had been planned for this week, has been postponed until next week, according to chairman F. B. Claxton. The brooms which the local club will be selling are made by the blind, and proceeds will be used largely for sight conservation and other worthy projects, me salt- will include kitchen brooms, heavy duty brooms, whisk brooms and dust cloths. Lions club members plan a house to house campaign to sell the brot>ms. standard Oil Special Easter services Tops league p| annec l by churches , The regular bowling season for • U. I. U. officials Defense Student Loan Program In order to correct a misconception that might occur from recent news items from the Federal government concerning the National Defense Student Loan program, Upper Iowa university officials make the following statement. "One may infer from the recent publicity that colleges receive and benefit directly from this program. This is a misconception. A college may participate in this program by providing a portion of the total amount loaned to students. In reality Upper Iowa has contributed an excess in $12,000 to this fund which is then loaned to needy students who wish to attend college. "A total of 155 students at Upper Iowa have participated in the National Student Defense Loan Program since its beginning in 1958. "During the first year of operation, 17 students borrowed a total of $4,240 to pay toward part of their college expenses. Each following year the number of students participating in the program has increased. The number of students borrowing from the Federal Government and the total amount received are as follows: 1959 - 46 students, $22,040; 1960 - 48 students, $31,390; and 1961 - 97 students, $58,270. "A full time student may borrow up to $1,000 per year, with the maximum amount loaned totaling $5,000. Students borrowing from the loan program must be strong academic students. Special consideration is given to students with interests in the sciences, modern foreign languages or those planning to enter the teaching profession. "In addition to the NSDFL program, Upper Iowa has two revolving loan programs. The Carrie E. Barden loan fund and the Paul N. Turner loan provide an additional $20,410.75 from which students may borrow. "All of these funds are merely loan programs and there is no money that comes to the college except through the students to pay their, college expenses. ;gular bowling season for the Fayette men's league at the Lilac Lanes in West Union ended Wednesday, March 28, The Standard Oil team finished in first placfi with 77 wmis «nd .'« losses, six points ahead of the second place theater team. Standard Oil also had the high team series with handicap for the year, with a tolal of 3,064 pins. The high three-game series, both scralch and wilh handicap, was bowled by Bob Wilson of Randalia wilh a 622 and 727 respectively. Bob Daniels of Kayetle bowled the high scratch game with 259 pins, and Larry Jeans of Maynard had the high game with handicap with a 283 score. The most improved bowlers during Ihe season, according to secretary Otto Finger, were John Pattison of Fayette and Bill Schrcecl er of Randalia. The annual banquel for the league was held Wednesday night, at which time awards and trophies were handed out. The banquet was served by Otto and Margeret Fin- gge in the U. I. U. rec hall. Final standings for the league are listed below: W L Standard Oil 77 35 Theater .— - 71 41 Randalia Cheese 01 • 51 Vandersee 57 55 Fireman --- --53 50 Ott's Drive-In 51 01 Legion 42 70 Bill's Super Valu 3G 70 color- Fay- anoth- County-wide 4-H Teen hop planned The Fayette county 4-H officers have planned a Teen Hop to be held April 25 at the Maynard community hall. The dance, from 7:30 p. m. to 10:30 p. m., will be conducted by Jack Millall from KOEL radio in Oelwein. The Teen Hop, open to all teenagers in the area, is being sponsored by the 4-H officers to raise money for a 4-H exchange trip. Admission charged at the door will be $.50 per person. County officers participating in the planning are Beverly Morse, Jane Copp, Joann Harrington, Judy Vagts, Roberta Lau, Judy Wichman, Gary Gamier, James Harrison, Gary Brownell and Lanny Gibson. Philatheas to meet The Philatheas will meet Wednesday, April 25, at the home of Mrs. Dick Whitley. Devotions will be led by Miss Ella Foxwell, 'the lesson by Mrs. E. A. Billings. Mrs. Blanche Davis will be in charge of fun time. Local merchants Sponsoring kids Coloring contest The third annual Easier ing contest, sponsored by etle merchants, appears on er page in this issue of the Kayctle Leader. The contest is sponsored by nine local merchants. The merchants name appears directly above the picture In- is sponsoring. After each picture i:; colored, the finished picture must he taken to that merchant's place of business or mailed to him before 5 p. in., Saturday, April lill, I'Jli- All youngsters in the Fayeite area are eligible to enter the con test, and may color all lu »! tin pictures on the page. All pictun must then be deli\ei proper merchant. A silver dollar will he by each merchant to tli ster who docs Ihe best job on that particular merchant's Kaster picture. Entries will be judged on ability and neatness and special consideration will he given to the individual agi- groups. The colored pictures will be judged, and winners will he anil ounwl in the Leader, May •). 1'ri/e winners may pick up their silver dollar at the store where th"ir picture was voted the best. Merchants who are sponsoring the Kaster coloring contest in elude: Fayelle Stone Co., Inc., Ott's Drive In, Slate Bank of Kay ette, Maurer's Shoes and Clothing, Lewis 5 cent to $1.00, Thayer United Furniture Co., Kill's Super Valu, Fayette Insurance Agency, and the Fayette Leader. d to the e awarded ' 1 young coloring Special Kaster services are be- iii'i planned by all of the churches, in thi' Kayette area, beginning with Maundy Thursday and con- Kaslcr Sunday. Stores in Fayelle will nol close on Good Friday. However, any employee who wishes will be allowed to attend church services between 1 and .'i p. m. On Thursday evening Communion .services will be held in the churches in preparation for the Easier celebration. Good Friday services are planned for 1 p. in. in the Grace Lutheran church and 1:30 p. m. in the St. Francis Assissi church. "The Trial and Death of Jesus" will be presented in Ihe First Methodist church at 8 p. m., Friday night. The Grace Lutheran church is Me only one scheduling Sunrise .Services at 5 a. in., Easter Sunday. The cither churches will have special Ka.'Uer worship services at their -ie»ubr hours on Sunday marmot',, as svill the Lutheran church' also. The First Methodist church will hold two services this Sunday, at «:30 and 10:30 a. m. A! Maynard, the congregations of the Emmanuel Methodist and United Presbyterian churches will unite in a 2 p. m. service at the Methodist church on Good Friday with Ihe Kev. Herbert Shaffer and the Kev. Carl 11. Carlson each having a part. Hood Friday services at the St. 1'aiil's Lutheran church svill be at '.'. p. m. conducted by the pastor, l'ie Kev. Herman J. Brandt. According to members of the Uecsti-r Club all places of business will he closed from 1 to 3 p. m. Good Friday to permit merchants ;ml employes to attend Ihe ser- \ i'VS. lvi;:ter Sunday services will be lu-lil at the usual time in all of Hie churches. success The mad Midnight Marathon, held last Friday night in Fayette, was on overwhelming success. An estimated 3,000 people jammed the streets and stores of Fayette seeking bargains. Nearly all of the stores in Fayette participated in the city-wide promotion, offering special bargains all during the evening. Several drawings were" held in individual stores, and the winners were as follows: Beauty Box winners of shampoo set and free hair cut: Gail Hulbert of Fayette, Linda Hulbert of Fayette, Marie Alber of Fayette, and Mrs. Elmer Grafenberg of West Union. Harper- Plumbing and Heating winner of $10 tank of Skelgas: Mrs. Barney Teepe, Fayette. Lucy's Garden of Eat'en winners of Sunday dinners: C. E. Blue of Randalia, Joan Lund of Fayette, Mrs. A. M. Chensvold of West Union, Mrs. Harry Lund of Fayette, Emery Christiansen of West , Union and Rueben Jones of Fayette. Coffee Nook winner of meal ticket: Larry Conrad, U. I. U. student. The following paragraphs indicate the feelings of some of the merchants and employees toward the promotion: Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Robb of University Cleaners... "We say the Mad Midnight was a hugh success and much credit goes to Mr. Thayer. We need more of the same type of promotions." Mrs. Marion Benter employed at Lucy's Garden of Eat'en...."It was a lot of fun.;; I saw a lot of my friends from other towns. So many people asked if we are. going to have another in the.srtear future." BUI Dilley, manager of Billys Super Valu "I thought it waa Bill Lewis from Lewis 5-$1.00 said, "Well, I thought it was very successful. I saw many new people in town. We were "very happy with all the business and customers." Virginia Lewis added, "I thought it was terrific, a real ball." Gay Bierbower, proprietor of Gay's Barber Shop stated, "Looking forward to another one; a very successful evening." B. J. Thayer of United Funiture Company felt that., "It could have been better if the town was larger so it could hold more people." Mrs. Vera Schmidt, of Vera's Dress Shop, stated enthusiastically, "I thought it was tremendous! It was the biggest thing that ever happened in Fayette and in the business in Fayette. It was lots of fun." Mrs. Gladys Warner, employed at the Coffee Nook, stated, "I think it was a hugh success and lots of fun." Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Harper, owners of Harper Plumbing, joined in saying, "We think it was a very good thing and very successful. What impressed us the most is the way the business people cooperated together." Ott Finger, proprietor of Ott's Drive-In said, "As far as I'm concerned, it was a complete success. We saw people we've never seen before. It was the best thing that ever happened in Fayette." Methodist young people To present" religious play Birthday club to meet The April Birthday club will meet Saturday, April 28, at the home of Anna E. Wilson. There will be a pot luck dinner at noon. The meat will be furnished. All women in the community • An Easter drama of the trial and suffering of Christ will be presented at the First Methodist Church in Fayette, at I! .[>. m. Friday, April 20. This will be the second yeuMhe play has been presented. The public is welcome. The play, entitled "The I rial and Death of Christ", stars many local people and begins with the Sermon on the Mount and portrays the civil and ecclesiastical trials and the crucifixion. Taking the various parts in the play are: Douglas Fay as Jesus; Dottis Van Bogart as the woman; Sharon Ash as the child; Frank Randall as the priest; Barbara Burget as the witness; Dennis as Annas; Tom Jltld In tht bed, ••' ^i'pi'Soi*' '• Peter; Randy Anderman as James; Steven Aanes as John; Tom Schmidt as the centurion; Mike Gaynor and Dick Van Sickle as the Roman guards; Allen Finger as Judas and Herod; Linda King and Sharon- Thyer as the women; David Burget as Pontius Pilate; Sue Crafton as Pilate's wife; Sharon Pattison as Mary the Mother of Jesus; Linda Van Sickle as Mary Magdelene; Zoe Anna Martin as Pilate's servant; Dennis Dilley and David Burget as the thieves,; Sherin Wright as. Barrabas. Helen Jo Burget will be in charge of the make-up and Sharon Farley will act as prompter. Ron Webb will direct the lighting arrangements, The play was written by Don 1 KimbaU of Fwet^ ,^ U. I, U. to receive Portion of grant Upper Iowa university, is among the Iowa schools which will benefit from a $10,000 grant made by the Maytag Company Foundation, Inc., to the Iowa College foundation, according to an announcement by Robert E. Vance, president of the Maytag foundation. This marks the tenth year the Maytag foundation has contributed to the Iowa college group, a fundraising agency for 21 private, liberal arts colleges located within the state. Meeting postponed MAYNARD - Because Good Friday falls on the regular meeting date of the Ada Reading Circle, the April meeting has been postponed one week. It is now scheduled to meet Friday afternoon, April 27, with Stella Knight instead of Mrs. Andrew Gantenbein as previously announced. Mrs. Alma Loomis die*. Mrs. Alma Loomis, 81, former oesident living .south of Fayette and making her home for several yeara with her son, Everett .and., family near Arlington, diexTMori. day morning at the hospital in Manchester. - \ ,

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