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DwMcfafte Safety check lane to be He/of in Fayette, Saturday Dept. of Hist. & Arohir«i ,1 De? Moines, 19, Iowa . M f The third 'annual safety Innp chock in Fayette will be held on Friday, May 18. The check Jane will IK- set up on the street wpst of the Lutheran church, from 12 noon until 8 p. m. From 10 a. m. to noon the check lane will be set up on the street north of the U. I. U. gymnasium for the purpose of checking the unive sity students cars, and those of anyone who cannot go through the lane in the afternoon. Nearly $100 in prizes will be offered by local merchants, in- Vandersee elected President of Lions Donald Vandersee was elected president of the Fayette Lions club for the coming year at the monthly breakfast meeting last Monday. He will succeed John Hofmeyer, who has served as president for the past year. Other officers elected or re-elected for the coming year, are: First vice president, Dean Curtis, second vice president, E. A. Billings; third vice president, Eugene Wilbur; secretary and treasurer, George Capell; tail twister, John Fay; Lion tamer, M. P. Stoneman. Directors elected were: Ronald Ash and Ivan Lindell for two year terms, and LaVern Heineman and Robert Lamphier for one year terms. chiding 100 gallons of gasoline. To be eligible for any of the prizes, motorists must drive their car through the check lane, and receive the safety check sticker for their windshield. Motorists who have cars that are rejected for one reason or another have the opportunity of having the repair work done and then go through the lane the second time to receive the sticker. The saMty check lane is sponsored annually by the Fayette Lions club. Members of the Lions club will be on hand to check the cars, assisted by members of the Highway Patrol, and representatives of several garages and service stations. Free pop, furnished by the Decorah Bottling Co., will be presented to each motorist who drives through the lane. Ronald Ash, chairman of the project, stated that the drawing for prizes will be held on Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m. on the bank corner in Fayette. Winners must be present to receive their prize. The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Volumfe 48, Number 20 Thursday, May 17, 1962, Fayette, Iowa Eight Pages This Issue Aunt Jemima to serve free pancakes Dr. Eugene Garbee to be Commencement speaker Outlook club meets The Outlook club closed their year with a dinner in Lucy's Garden of Eat'in. The tables were decorated by Mrs. Inn Johnson and Mrs. Ora Williams, hostesses. Mrs. Vera Stansbury and Mrs. Ella Barnes were the new members elected. Fifth annual art exhibit Begins Sunday at U.I.U. A tea and open house from 2 until 6 p. m. will mark the opening of the fifth annual Spring Art Exhibit at Upper Iowa university Sunday, May 20. Exhibits of the U. I. U. art students will be on display in the Colgrove-Walker Memorial building through Commencement Work to be displayed has been produced by the art students during the past year under the supervision of Miss Rachel Van Cleve, head of the art department, and Mr. Paul Denny, assistant professor of art. Wilbur West, head of the art department at Cornell college, will act as judge. Ribbons will be awarded in seven categories: painting, drawings, sculpture, design, graphics and art education ( elementary \aufts: D. The public is invited to attend the open house and view the exhibit which annually attracts hundreds of visitors from northeastern Iowa and bordering states. Among those exhibiting this year are: Algona: Bonnie Elliott, graphics, designs and school crafts. Boone: Don Dutton, ceramics. Castalia: Jeannette Anderson, drawings, designs, ceramics, graphics and school crafts. Cedar Rapids: Bonnie Longenbaugh, drawings; Steve Kling, drawings; BUT Strasburger, designs. Charles City: William Carbiener, oil painting, sculpture and graphics. Clarksville: Paula Voss, ceramics. Clear Lake: Linda Hintzman, graphics. Coggon: Tom Heldeman, designs. Dow City: Lucille Hallett, drawings, designs and school crafts. Elgin: Tom Foxwell, drawings and ceramics. Elkader: Arrah Lavon Polkow, drawings. Fayette: Mrs. Jean Jones, drawings; Mrs. Tina Alderson, oil painting; Mrs. Elaine Linge, oil painting; Mrs. Frances Hendrlx, oil painting; Mrs. Jean Nadeau, oil painting; Zoe Anna Martin, drawings; Mrs. Margaret Maxwell, drawings; Mrs. Emily Swartz, designs; Mrs. Tula Zaharis, drawings and designs; Nick Toutsch, designs, graphics and sculpture. Garnavillo: Ha Best, drawings; Sylvia May, drawings; Marie Parker, drawings, Florence Tayek, drawings; Janet Guyer, drawings. Harpers Ferry: Helen Luster, ceramics. Hazleton: Clara Van Voren, designs and school crafts. Hudson: Dave Rogers, drawings and designs. Lime Springs: Marlis Gobin, drawings. Luana: Donna Mueller, drawings and graphics. McGregor: Dorothy Oberfell, designs. Manchester: Bess Malven, graphics, drawings and designs. Marquette: Antionette Kann, graphics. Marshalltown: Lela Giles, drawings. Mechantcsville: Mary Andre, ceramics. Norway: Ron Cole, oil painting, and designs. Qelwein: Kay Hamlet, designs; ' Gwen Pagel, graphics and school crafts; Margretta Schlumbohm, de- sighs and school crafts. Osage: Helen Baker, 4 drawings and design. Sheffield; Larry Skeries, drawings, oil painting and designs. Strawberry Point: Bernice Davis, drawings and school crafts. Toledo: Sara Kay Rogers, drawings and designs. Wadena: Jeanne Corkery, graphics and school crafts; Tom Baldwin, oil painting, designs, watercolors, ceramics, sculpture and graphics. Wayland: Joseph Ricks, cermaics and watercolors. West Union: Claudinc Schtaz, graphics; Beverly Gruhn, graphics; Gerald Blue, graphics. Chicago, Illinois: Jerilyn Mlecho, drawings and designs; Walter Hanson, drawings and designs. Des Plaines, Illinois: Mike Callaghan, drawings, designs, ceramics and school crafts. Elmhurst, Illinois: Caren Betlinski, designs. Evanston, Illinois: Joe Claire, drawings. Lake Forest, niinoisr.Peggy Scholes, designs. Melrose Park, Illinois: Patricia Fischer, school crafts. Mount Prospect, Illinois: Gay Gardner, oil painting, ceramics and school crafts. Park Ridge, Illinois: Tom Berg, oil painting, watercolors, drawings, designs, ceramics, sculpture and graphics. Skokie, Illinois: James Murray, drawings and graphics. Wilmette, Illinois: Lynne Lebin, cermaics. Winnetka, Illinois: Barbara Bloom, designs and watercolors. Reading, Massachusetts: Nancy Jane Fellows, drawings, designs, ceramics and school crafts. Franklin Park, New Jersey: Barbara Barron, drawings. Gillette, New Jersey: Joyce Travis, drawings, designs and ceramics. Short Hills, New Jersey; Don Warnick, drawings,. designs, ceramics and sculpture. . Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey: Gene penzenberg, drawings. New York, New York: Ralph Darmstadt, designs, drawings and school crafts. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: William Wendt, drawings. In addition, the summer and spring art education classes will show many examples of school crafts. Participating in this phase of the exhibit are: Mildred Fischer, Amber; Edith Larson, Clermont; Ellen Wessel, Colesburg; Bill Kapler, Cresco; Sheryll Hallett, Dow City; Sharon Blaker and Marge Downing, Fayette; Ellen McCarville, Goose Lake; Anabel Peabody, Guttenburg; Minnie Fenner and Nellie McGlaughlin, Independence; Bill Huntoon, Marlon; Judy Stokesberry, Oelwein; Bernice Reinnardt, Postville, Eleanor Butterfleld and Cathryn Sinnott, Randalia; Lorainne Baldwin, Wadena; Wm. Sulen- tlc, Waterloo; Nancy Gronna, Waterville; Dorothy Plank, Winthrop. Sue Bender, Chicago, Illinois; Annie Odom, Chicago, Illinois and Karen Lindsey, Murray, Utah. Dr. Eugene Garbee, president of Upper Iowa university, will be the speaker at the Fayette Community school commencement ceremonies, Thursday, May 24. The graduation exercises will begin at 8 p. m., in the high school gymnasium. Dr. Garbee was born on May 29, 1907 in Billings. Mo., and graduated from high school there in 1926. He received his B. S. degree at Southwest Missouri State college in Springfield, and his M. A. degree at George Peabody college in Nashville. Tenn., in 1933. In 1949 he received his Doctor of Education degree from New York university in New York. He came to Upper Iowa university in 1952, and during the past 10 years has built the university from an institution of 200 or less students to more than 800 students. Track squad Ties for first He has been instrumental in acquiring many new buildings for the university .Campus. Dr. Garbee is listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in American Education, and Who's Who in the Midwest. He lias been a member of the board of Curators of Iowa State Historical Society, president of the Wapsipinicon Council of Boy Scouts, active in the Rotary club in West Union, and many other organizations. Dr. and Mrs. Garbee, the former Mildred Everts of Traer, are the parents of two -.children, Everett Lee of Missouri, and Mrs. Mary Jean Smith of Arizona. The presentation of the class of 41 graduates will be made by Superintendent D. Dean Curtis. Diplomas will be presented by H. H. Jones, president of the school board The Rev. N. E. Betke will give the invocation and the benediction. Music will be presented by the high school mixed quartet, the flute quartet, brass quintet, the high school band,! and a vocal solo by Dayna Dumirmuth. The Fayette track squad added more honors to their list last week when they tied with Solon in the district track meet at Cedar Rapids, with 55 points each. The Fayette placings were as follows: 220 yd. dash — Larry Williams, first 440 yd dash — Ken Butters, .first " "" — ••--•-••••"--'.,•, ;880 yd dash — Randy Van Bogart, first 120 yd high hurdles - Bill Chase, fourth. 880 yd. dash — Pattern, Burns, Butters, Williams, first. Mile relay — William, Burns, Van Bogart, Butters, first 440 yd. relay — Hubbell, Oelberg, Chase, Pattison, tie for second Medley relay — Oelberg, Hubbell, Chase, Maxson, third Two-mile relay — Manson, Smith, Pattison, Maxson, fourth. Discus throw — Williams, third; Gaynor, fourth. Football throw — Gaynor, second; Butters, third. Pole vault — Ron Timmerman, first. Fayette Soybean Mill Warehouse ioies license The Iowa Commerce Commission ordered the suspension Tuesday of the warehouse license of Fayette Soybean Mill at Fayette. The license authorized Florence Halverson, executrix of the estate of Charles Halyerson; Kenneth V. Fink and LynaWi*B.Ardeft to-ep- "eraWTT bonded warehouse- «t -Fayette. The commission said it found an alleged shortage of 6,858 bushels of corn after an inspection last April 18, and 6,337 bushels on May 9. Iowa law requires that a bonded warehouse should have sufficient commodities on hand at all times to cover outstanding receipts. The commission ordered a hearing here June 6 to determine whether the license should be revoked New Hampton firm gefs Confracf on remodeling Saturday, May 19, from 9 a. m. to •} p. m., pancakes and sausage will be free in Fayette, and the welcome mat will be out at each of the Fayette business places. Aunt Jemima is scheduled to arrive in Fayette early Saturday morning to- begin cooking pancakes in the basement of the Farm Bureau building. She will be assisted by many of the local merchants and their wives. Serving will be done by the local merchants. The Aunt Jemima pancake flour for the event will be furnished free by the Pillsbury company. Syrup will be donated by the General Foods, Inc., Super Valu coffee by the Super Valu stores, and milk by the Carnation and Sanitary dairies. ,Sausage will be furnished' by Smith and Sons grocery of Fayette. Most of the local merchants will be offering Aunt Jemima specials in their stores, as indicated in the advertisements in this issue of the Fayette Leader. C. R. Lewis, who has been in charge of arrangements for the pancake day. stated that many workers have already been appointed to help in the serving. Any volunteers nre welcome, however, and may help by contacting Mr. Lewis. Everyone is invited to attend the free pancake day in Fayette. The event is sponsored by the Fayette Chamber of Commerce. The Stolz Construction Company of New Hampton, with a bid of $39,545, received the general contract for the complete Interior re- of Charles City was the successful' bidder for the plumbing and heating with a total bid of $34,675. The contacj for the •• eleptrical,. work at Upper Iowa university In Fayette, yesterday. The remodeling of the building will include replacing the ground floor level with a new concrete floor. New balance rooms will be located on each floor. One of two special rooms has been designed to house highly volatile chemicals and solvents. The other of these rooms will provide storage for alcohol and valuable chemicals. Also, new fume hoods are to be installed an' each floor. The Schmidt Plumbing Company of Oelwein, with a total bid of $10,500. Total bi'ds for the remodeling job amounted to $84,720. The Whelan Company, Topeka, Kansas, will furnish the laboratory equipment at a cost of $34,542.40. All of the equipment throughout the building will be new. The exterior of Chemistry Hall will remain the same. Poppy day to be Saturday in Fayette Saturday, May 19, will be Poppy Day in Fayette, and all residents are asked to wear a red memorial poppy. Mrs. Harold Earle is chairman of the local poppy sales campaign. Mrs. Earle pointed out that the orginal conception of "Poppy Day" had changed. "It was first observed solely to honor the war dead, but today it honors the veterans of all wars, living and detd" She pointed out that the poppy program is vital in raising money to care for all the needy veterans and their families. About 56 per cent of the population in the United States today are veterans of some war or conflict. June J is "cfisposaP Deadline for excess wfieaf Birthday club meets The May Birthday club met with Leta Paul Monday, May 14, for- a pot-luck lunch. Those, present were Mrs. Marlon Reese, Mrs. Walt Turner, Mrs. Herman Hehr, Mrs. Roy Potter, Mrs. Beryl-Thompson, Mrs. Henry Proctor, Mable Porter, Mrs. Will Hall and Madge Benton. . Mrs. Turner won high prize and Mable Porter won low prize. Beryl Thompson and Mrs. Will Hall also won prizes. Mrs. Hehr was elected president for the coming year. The club will meet next year with Mrs, Turner. , Youth Center to be Open Friday nights The regular meeting of the Fayette Youth Council was held in the American Legion hall Monday evening with 6 youth and 4 adult members in attendance. President Don Timmerman presided at the business meeting during which plans were made for the Parent-Youth dance which is to be held either May 25 or 26 depending upon the availability of Jerry Dodd and his Combo. Tom Schmidt and Curt Dumermuth volunteered to be student sponsors for the dance. It was voted to change the opening night of the Youth Center to Friday night, and not to open on Sunday afternoons for the summer. Wheat growers who have received notices of excess wheat acreage have until June 1, 1962 to dispose of the acreage in accordance with program provisions, Ellis W. Thompson, Chairman, Fayette County Stabllzation and Conservation committee, has announced. If this is not done, the excess wheat will be subject to marketing quota penalties which, for 1962, are much larger than in former years. The chairman stressed the fact that many more wheat growers will be subject to marketing quotas this year, for the former 15-arce marketing quota exemption does not apply to the 1962 wheat crop. Farms subject to marketing Johnson to coach at West Union school Bob Johnson, a former Fayette boy, who graduated from Upper Iowa University in 19S9 has accepted the position as head football coach at North High school at West Union this fall to succeed Jim Lorenzen, Bob taught at the Allison-Bristow school one year and for the past two years at the Iowa Valley high at Marengo. He Is married to the former Maureen Heth, also of Fayette and they are the parents of two sons. Kinderlein to meet The Kinderlein club will meet Tuesday, May 22, with Mrs. Charles N,alrn, Mrs. David Bohlen will assist as co-hostess. "Singing in the Rain" will be the theme Of the program. This being ; the last meeting of the year each 4' member is asked to bring an idea they have used to entertain children on a rainy day, Lwewire club meet* Th« regular meeting of the Smttiu'ield Livewires was held at the home of Steve Carey, with president Jim Harrison presiding.. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were read and approved. A demonstration' on bolts and nuts was given by Jim Harrison, and a ta'lk on tools; was given by Jon Harrison. Jon Harrison was nominated as the club delegate for 1962 boys short course at Ames. Mick McGill was nominated the club del- agate for the 4-H health camp. Mrs. Carey and Sue served lunch. quotas under the 1962 wheat program arc those on which the acreage of wheat exceeds the smaller of ( a ) 13.5 acres, or ( b ) the highest acreage the farm had for harvest in the tbrot-year period 1959, 1960, and 1961. Where the wheat acreage exceeds the farm wheat allotment or the wheat quota exemption if this is larger, marketing quota penalties will apply to the excess wheat production. Farmers may avoid this penalty however, by adjusting their wheat acreage to the allotment ( or the exemption ) by the stipulated deadline, or by storing or delivering the excess to the Secretary of Agriculture in accordance with regulations. Mr. Thompson points out that the penalty on excess 1962crop wheat will be 65 per cent of parity as of May 1; formerly, it was 45 per cent. The amount of wheat subject to penalty will be twice the farm's normal yield on all the excess acres. However, this amount may be reduced if the proved 1962 actual yield is less and a request is filed by a stated deadline. Price support on the 1962 wheat crop will be available only to wheat growers with an allotment of more than zero who participate In this year's wheat'stablization program. Willing Workers club Make* contribution The Willing Workers club met Thursday, May 10, with Mrs. Isable Lau. 14 members and one visitor were present. The club voted to contribute $25. to the Palmer Memorial Hospital Building fund. Donna Randall was in charge of the entertainment. Lavone Streeter, Alice Greenough, and Mildred Bennington were winners in the contests. Marian Gray will be the June hostess, with the meeting being held at Klocks Island. To discuss P. T. A. Future at meeting The regular meeting of the Parent-Teacher association will be held Monday, May 21, 8 p. m. at the Fayette high school. There will be a discussion as to whether the P. T. A. will be continued another year. A slate of officers has been drawn up in advance, if it is decided to continue with tlio organization. Everyone is urged to attend and express their ideas as to the future of tin.- Parent-Teacher association in the Fayette schools. Mrs. Will Hall to Visit in California Mrs. Will Hall received from her children on Mother's Day and also for her 81st birthday a plane ticket to California to visit her two children and grandchildren. This will be Mrs. Hall's first plane ride and she is looking forward to it very much. Mrs. Hall will leave Fayette June 14, and will stay in California three months. "Safety squads" on Enforcement campaign Iowa highway patrol "safety squads" are sweeping the state's primary and secondary roads in a record breaking enforcement campaign aimed at holding the traffic '.'.. death taU~ia line: '- ;i*.~_i;;- :-',-'-'•* Five squads of eight patrolmen each are moving unannounced from place to place around the state stopping all traffic in a given area for inspection. Chief David Herrick said the efforts of the squads so far are exceeding any similar campaign ever staged by the patrol. The squads are stopping up to 50,000 vehicles a week and more than 10,000 drivers have been given court summones, warning tickets or faulty equipment tickets. Herrick warned that the squads, supported by patrol observation planes and radar units, also are working on some of the states's secondary roads where enforcement has been rare. He said one recent squad operation has patrol cars moving up eight parallel county roads at the same time. Another squad arrested 19 drivers for speeding on a county road. Another squad, using radar speed detectors, arrested 60 drivers for speeding in three hours - 30 of those arrested were truckers. Herrick said the safety squad operation will continue through the Memorial Day week-end. Dr. Naylor, Speaker "Iowa Wild Flowers" was the talk presented by Dr. Naylor at the May meeting of the American Home department of the Federated clubs. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Claude Smith, Sr., Dr. Naylor illustrated his talk with slides. Legion and Auxiliary To meet Thursday The Fayette county American Legion and Auxiliary meeting will be held in the Fayette Legion hall on Tuesday, May 22, at 8 p. m. The Upper Iowa university Madrigal group will furnish the entertainment. Refreshment will be served following the business meeting. All members are urged to attend. Grandmothers club meets The Grandmother's club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Walker Briggs, with eight members and one guest, Mrs. Ray Iliff, present. Members attending were Mrs, Agnes Dickinson, Mrs. Allie Holtzman, Mrs. Enu Davis, Mrs. Louie Sorge, Mrs. Newell Combs, Mrs. Jake Yearous, Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen and the hostess. The June meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Allie Holtzman. Retire* After serving the residents of Ackley for 53 years, Fred Fisher retired recently as a barber there. Fayette's band candidate, Dayna Dumermuth, received second in the band festival show Saturday evening at Kingston stadium in Cedar Rapids. Dayna is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Dumermuth and a senior at Fayette high school. The new Miss Eastern Iowa is Linda Buresh of Mount Vernon, There were 38 candidates. .