Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 3, 1962 · Page 12
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May 3, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 12

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ed fruit to families in need and also to the West Union hospital. Hundreds of garment, old and new material, quilts and l>«! linens for the home have been Riven to those in our community in need. In more recent years Uu> members have given help m cash to the Fayrtte library and Die West Uninn Hospital. Gifts of flowers, f mit. books, maga/inrs, pictures, b''ioming plants, candy and cards arc given to members anil their fami'i'-s who are sick. T'ne December, January and February meetings are social with families invited. The club chose the motto "Help a Friend in Need". Tin- club colors are pink and green and the carnation for its flower. foreign exchange Rt'ident from Italy. Mprune's a - e to bring husbands and guests if they wish and are urged to p'ace their reservations with co hostesses, Mrs. Scott Linge or M 'S. Ed Bradley as soon as possible. lawn powers, pumps, typewriters, power post hole augers and many other items. Terms of the sale are cash, with iin iiciiiatc delivery. TT PAYS TO ADVERTISE WITH LEADER WANT ADS Poppy Sale scheduled Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will be on Main street Sat. May 19, selling popples. Further information will be in next weeks paper. A SORT OF ATHLETIC "bull session" was held after the athletic banquet at Upper Iowa last Thursday night. Main speaker for the banquet, which honored all of the U. I. U. athletes, was Darrel Brewsfer offensive end coach of the Minnesota Vikings. He explained many things about pro-football, and discussed the players on the Viking team. Pictured with Mr. Brewster above are most of the Upper Iowa coaching staff. Left to right, Ihey are Jerry Mauren, Stan Jack, Brewster, Dr. John "Doc" Dorman, E. E. "Eb" Els- chald, and Andy Nadeau. Community Benefit Club in 40th year The community Benefit club located North of Fayette and South of West Union, including families on both sides of No. 150, held it's organizational meeting at the home of Nellie Turner, with Eva Salisbury as co-hostess in May 1922 with 14 women present. Four are still active members. The club's object it to secure the highest condition of home life, to broaden the outlook of the home and family, to the end that the farm home should be the best in America and the most attractive to the coming generation. At this meeting Eva Salisbury was elected first president. Nellie Turner secretary. The president appointed Blanche Kiel and Maude Kimpston to write the first bylaws. The first meeting was at the Track squad places Second at Luther The Fayette track squad placed second, just two points behind Sumner, in the recent conference meet at Luther college in Decorah. Sumner won the event with G7'/£ points, followed by Fayette with 65%. Waukon placed third with 40 points. Fayette placings w.ere as follows: 100 yd dash — Bob Hubbell, fifth. 2 mile relay — Dennis Tope, Ron Maxson, John Tripp, Randy Van Bogart, first. 220 yd. dash — Larry Williams, second; Ron Pattison, fourth. 880 rejay — Ron Pattison, Lee Burns, Ken Butters, Larry Williams, first. Medley — Butters, Bill Chase, Burns, Van Bogart, first. 440 relay — Hubbell. Chase, Van Bogart, Burns, fourth. Mile relay — Pattison, Williams, Tripp, Butters, second. Pole vault — Ron Timmerman, first; Duane Schneider, third; Gary Voshell, fifth. Shot put — Gary Campbell, fourth,. High jump — Williams, second. Broad jump — Duane Oelberg, fourth; Joe Smith, fifth. Discus throw — Mike Gaynor, third; Jerry Tann, fourth. Football throw — Gaynor, second. Christ. Each year another member is honored and her name placed on the scroll in the background. Mrs. Russell Erion was so honored this year for her untiring efforts for the good of the organization. Her three daughters, Mrs. Richard Smith of Clear Lake, Mrs. Harold Armentrout and Mrs. James Pro- tsma of Cedar Rapids were also present and took part in the presentation ceremony. Mrs. Harold Schmidt was presented a gift in recognition of her seven years of service as treasurer of the society. Mrs. Ivan Lindell was elected to serve as the new treasurer. U. I. U. senior women Honored at brunch At the Saturday morning brunch in honor of graduating senior women from U. I. U., all the guests were given daffodil corsages. After the brunch Mrs. Esther I.iffnng the outgoing president gave a speech of welcome and presented the idea that AAUW as a world wide organization of university women with "a power house of energy", through which the talents of its members are chimiu'lrd into many fields. Convention reports from the state meeting at Mason City were given by the president elect, Mrs. Charles Nairn, Miss liachel Van Cleve, Mrs. Harold Knulton, and Miss Helen Monsenul. The final meeting of the year will be a dinner at the Mealy Hotel, Tuesday, May l.'i. at 0:30 [). m. The guest speaker will be a W. S. C. S. members Met on Wednesday Using as her theme "The Empty Cross", Mrs. Howard Johnson, in behalf of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, gave recognition to the past presidents and recipients of Honorary Life membership pins and certificates at the regular meeting of the society last Wednesday. The meeting was held in the Broad room of the First Methodist church with 50 members present. The improvised altar held a large cross flanked by one large candle representing the risen Christ with many small candles as symbols of the honored guests. As each lady lighted her candle from the flame of the large one she quoted an appropriate scripture pertaining to the empty cross and the risen Workshop scheduled On teaching English Nellie Thomas, a nationally known authority on the teaching of English will conduct a two-week workshop on the "Teaching of English", on the Upper Iowa University campus starting June 11, it was announced today by Dr. Herschel Hendrix, director of the summer session. Thomas, who has 19 years of teaching experience in the Rockford, Illinois, school system, is a graduate of Wisconsin State Teachers' College and has done graduate work in several universities. Eleven years ago, she began to experiment with the different techniques and approaches to teaching English. After years of adding and discarding ideas, she developed a systematic way of teaching students English through proofreading and related techiques. She is author of the book, "Let the Children do the Work." "My formula, she stated, "is a modified do-it-yourself method, with the students doing most of the work." The course will be offered from 1:00 - 4:00 p. m. daily for two semester hours credit. Wilson C. Gill, registrar, stated that students may register for the course at the regular registration time on June 4, or at the English Workshop registration on June 11, from 1:00 - 2:00 p. m. Sewing circle to meet The Bethany Lutheran Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Park Cowles Wednesday evening, May 9. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Lett to right: Mrs. Walter Turner, Mrs. Louis Kiel, Mrs. Harold Light, Mrs. Blanche King. home of Blanche Kiel the first Wednesday in June, 1922. Since that time, nearly 60 members have joined the club, not more than 25 at any one time. Seven members or past members have been lost by death. Maude Proctor,, Eva Salisburg, Addie Stansbury, Lizzie McCue, Bridget, McKue, Ethel Cousins, and Lydia Butter. At first after a short business meeting the time was devoted to sewing and mending for those who were in need of help. The club also donated many quarts of cann- MOTHER ..EVERYONE'S BEST GIRL FOR $1 or LESS MAGNETIC PIN TRAY 20 EXOTIC PERFUMES METAL MONEY TREE METAL PHOTO ALBUM EYEGLASS CASE MOTHER HANKIES CERAMIC NOVELTIES NYLON HOSE EARRINGS NECKLACES BRACLETS MOTHERS' DAY CARDS Fine Gifts RELIGIOUS WALL PLAQUES By Johnals FRANKOMA FINE POTTERY DINNERWARE AND ARTWARE COOKIE JARS TABLE LAMPS TOWEL SETS PILLOW SUPS MIRRORS FLOWER PLANTER LEWIS' VARIETY - GIFTS Boats, motors for sale At auction in Des Moines Up fo- sale to the highest bidder are 21 nutbon-d nrHn'-s. nine bo; ts and many other items at the Iowa Patrol building on the Iowa State Fair grounds. The auction will begin at 1 p. m., Saturday, Mii.v 12. The equipment to be sold may be inspected by the public on Saturday morning from 9 a. m. until sale time. Of the boats, one is a Chris ('•aft 1!) foot inboard, double planked; two 16-foot, four 14-foot aluminum craft. The motors, 20 Johnsons and one Evinrude. are all sizes, and there are two Redwing inboard motors. Also included in the auction are K.IS tanks for outboard motors, chain saws, one boat trailer ( steel ), rotary and sickle type Vote For Herbert A. "Herb" Q/NE Republican For County Supervisor 1963 Term Qualified By Experience Pledged to Economy and Efficiency GARDEN TOOLS 12 different SALI PRICE 10* to DANIELS DRUG FAYETTE, IOWA HER DAY May 13 Nothing Will Make Mother Happier Than A PERSONAL GIFT From You On HER DAY. Choose From The List Below — PURSES GLOVES DRESSES • DUSTERS • SLIPS • RUGS • HOSE • NIGHT GOWNS • JEWELRY TABLE CLOTHS • TOWELS • BLANKETS • BEDROOM SLIPPERS STOP IN TODAY - WHILE THERE'S STILL A CHOICE Maurer's Shoes & Clothing Fayette, Iowa HAVE YOUR CAR NOW! Friday, May 18 12 Noon to 8 p. m. • in Fayette .... :i;| . : . !|H1||:||i|;:||:|i!!!|||||i| : : : i|| : i : li ^ FREE 100 Gallons Of Gasoline PLUS MANY OTHER PRIZES DRAWINGS TO BE HELD AT 3:00 P. M. SATURDAY, MAY 19 Hi FREE POP To All Who Drive Through The Safety Lane Donated by Royal Crown Bottling Co., at Decorah, Iowa iK««iiir:r.ffi::i!ii8iKHili^ Check Lane Will Be Set Up On King Street From The Lutheran Church Corner South Qualified Attendants And Highway Patrol Members Will Be On Hand To Check Your Car The Safety Lane Check Is Not Compulsory — No tickets Will Be Written For Defective Equipment Winners Of Prizes Must Be Present To Claim Their Prize. SPONSORED (BY THE FAYETTE FAYETTE (CAMBER <JF CLUB

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