Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 26, 1962 · Page 3
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April 26, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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G. Newt Center Do-R-Best 4-H club met Saturday at the home of Mary Jo Nabholtz, with eight members present, Roll call was. "A lighting improvement I have made or one I Plan to make." Peggy Pox gave a talk on Time saving work and storage ideas. Sandra Raatz gave a talk on combination of colors. They mixed paints to get different colors. Doris Alley is candidate for county officer, to be selected at Rally Day. Sandra Raatz is her campaign manager and Nadeen Ward, campaign speaker. The poster committee are Joyce Hall, Marilyn Kaune, Mary Jo Nabholtz, Peggy Fox, Faye McBride, Deborah Zupke, Joy Lenius, Joan Lamphier, and Joann Raune. Lunch was served by Mrs. Nabholtz. Center Township Homemakers club met Thursday with Mrs. Clifford Anderson. There were eight members present. A book report, "For Goodness Sakes", was given by Mrs. Ben Turner. A quiz, Knowing our Farm Bureau, and A. B. C. of European common market was given by Mrs. David Wells. Roll call was a bulb exchange. At the next meeting they will make final plans for a trip, and final plans on local projects. Next meeting will be a cook-out at twin bridges. Everyone will meet at the park at 11 a. m. Graveside services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Dunham's Grove cemetery by the Rev. Jerry Wolcott of Fayette for the Rev. J. W. Atkins 88, who died at the Masonic home at Bettendorf. Casket bearers were members of the Mason Lodge of Lament. Rev. Atkins was the Methodist pastor in Randilia from 1920 to 1924. Sherla Beman injured both of her knees last week while running at school. She fell on the gravel which penetrated her knees. She has been under the doctors care. Mrs. Burton Odekirk entertained 12 guests at supper Tuesday in honor of her aunts Miss Signe Suelland and Mrs. Wihemine Simensen of Oslo Norway. Her aunts prepared a Norwegan dish for the supper. Afterwards they showed slides of their homes and other places in Norway. Mrs. Carrie Talcott of Fort Dodge visited Mrs. J. W. Frye, Friday. She has been visiting during the week with her son Wesley at Fayette and her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Martin Boedeker. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet in the church social room May 2 with Mrs. Pearl Nading and Mrs. Fred Bacon hostesses. The worship and program, "Rich Toward God", will be presented by Mrs. Harriet Smith and Mrs. Deane Davis. Roll call is to be answered with; Trees of the Bible. The Woman's Relief Corps social meeting will be held Friday, April 27, with Mrs. Lee Jellings. There will also be a blind auction. Mrs. Vern Arthur visited in the Jack Grant home at Lansing Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson and John of Waterloo were Sunday dinner guests in the Frank . Edmonds home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner and Mrs. Blanche Knight were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nading. Trout stocking begins On N. E. Iowa streams Stocking has begun on the northeast Iowa trout streams, the State Conservation Commission announced today. The late spring and road conditions have made stocking a little later this year. However, with spring fishing fever on the rise, trout are now being stocked intensively. Most of the trout being stocked run from 10 - 12" with some four pound brood stock being mixed in with them. Stocking will be done on all streams, then restocking will be done according to fishing pressure. Restocking is usually done at three- week intervals. Springbranch at the federal fish hatchery southeast of Manchester and streams at Backbone State Park have already been stocked. There is good trout fishing for escapes on the Turkey River near the Big Springs hatchery northwest of Elkader. Stocking Is done to supplement the existing populations already in the streams, Fisheries men point out that there are trout in the streams all year 'round. 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