Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 17, 1962 · Page 7
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 17, 1962
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Meet the candidates church in Fayette, past Commander of the local American Legion post, Vice Commander of the county American legion this year, a member of the Masonic lodge and the Lions club, and a taxpayer in Fayette county since 1937. Prior to going into business here he did construction work, and also worked for the county several years. M- - . and Mrs. Fay are the parents of three children: Mrs. Shiir- rol Uichards of North Branch, Minn , Monte of Calmar. and Douglas, an Upper Iowa student, at home. iHafckeye;. graduating "tfyni Hawk-< eye High school in 1929. He presently resides on a farm which he owns, four miles south and a mile east of West Union. The Keigs have three children, Larry, IK; Kathy, 17, and Barbara, 15. He is a memlier of the Masonic Lodge, of Bethel Presbyterian church at West Union. Mr. Keig served Westfield township at its ASC chairman and was, for many years, a member of the board of directors of the West Union Cooperative Creamery. -two Eye Summer Degrees vatlon Districts award Program ( cooperative ) Des Moines. They sponsored by the Goodyear Tire also decided to send lettm t(J and. Rubber company for 1961 - 62. „ it _ _,, . . , all the Farmers Grain Dealers in The commissioners voted to assist in the "Queen of Conservat- the county invitin * tnem to *** ion" contest sponsored by Farmers June meeting to plan the con- Grain Dealers Association of Iowa test. HERBERT A. CLINE Herbert A. Cline, West Union, who seeks the Republican nomination for the 1963 term as Fayette County Supervisor, is pic tured above. Mr. Cline has lived in Fayette county most of his life. He is married to the former Mildred Harper and has three children, .John, superintendent of schools at Decorah; .lone, Mrs. Otis Schaeffer. Manassas. Va., and Jack, at tiome. Mr. Cline operated a farm for a number of years. He then was employed in the Fayette County Kngineer's office and in the highway maintenance department of the county. Since that time he has been in sales work, being associated with Big Gain and Doscher Implement company. Last year he opened a Dairy Sweet soft drink and ice cream service shop in West Union. "I have been a property tax payer for many years, and I pledge to work for economy and efficiency in the county's affairs," Mr. Cline said. "I believe my experience as a farmer, working with the highway program, and in the field of business, will prove valuable to the county," he added. One other candidate, Ray Goodell, Oelwein, is seeking the Republican nomination for this position. There are no Democratic candidates in the field. RAYMOND GOODELL Raymond Goodell of Oelwein is a candidate for election to the Fayette county supervisor's post for the term beginning January 1. 1963. Mr. Goodell was born August 19, 1908 at Vinton. He lived on a farm south of Vinton, attending the rural schools and graduating from Vinton high school in 1927. He was married to Leone Hartz of Vinton on March 19, 1930. They farmed south and west of Vinton for 18 years before moving to a farm east of Oelwein, which they purchased March 1, 191(1. They sold the farm and retired this year, moving to Oelwein. Mr. Goodell has served on the Oelwein Creamery board for several years, served on the Benton county Farm Bureau board, and helped on several Fayette county Farm Bureau drives. He is a mem ber of the Methodist church board of trustees, the Masonic lodge and the Eastern Star, the Oelwein Community school board, and has been a township trustee. He has been a member of the Farm Bureau for 32 years. Mr. and Mrs. Goodell have two sons, Russell, who is vocal music instructor in »he Valley Community school, and Ronald, employed at the Oelwein post office. JOHN D. FAY John D. Fay, of Fayette, will be seeking the nominations for Fayette county supervisor in the June primaries. He is a Republican candidate for the term beginning Jan. 1, 1964. Mr. Fay has been in business in Fayette since 1937, at which time he went into business with his father-in-law Albert Dumermuth. Since 1947 he and Eldred Dumermuth have been partners in the livestock buying and general trucking business, along with operating a 240 acre farm. He plans to" "sell his partnership in the livestock business to Mr. Dumermuth at the end of this year. Mr. Fay served five years as mayor of Fayette and one two-year term as a county supervisor. He also served two years in the See Bee's in the Pacific. He is chairman of the board of trustees of the First Methodist WILLIAM H. KEIG William H. "Bill" Keig, West Union, who lias announced his candidacy for the office of Fayette County Supervisor for the term beginning Jan. 1, 1964 term, is a life-long resident of Fayette county. He was born in Center township, near Donnan. He attended school at AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKE DAY SPECIAL SATURDAY, MAY 19 Blankets For , Phone 1^2 Cleaners Fayette, Iowa Rolx'rt F. ;Swehla. rayette. candidate Tor the Republican nomination for Fayette County Super visor for the term lieginning in 1964, is pictured above. Mr. Swehla was born and reared on a farm, and as a young man, learned to operate heavy equip ment. He served with the 111th Combat Engineers in the European theater during World War II and upon his return from service was superintendent for a construction firm in northeast Iowa. For the last 11 years he has operated his own road construction- firm, and has also used his heavy equipment to do conservation work in Fayette and surrounding counties. Mr. Swehla owns farms in Union and in Westfield townships. He is a member of the Grace Evangelical Lutheran church, and VFW, the Disabled American Veterans, the American Legion and the Farm Bureau. He is married and the father of two sons, Robert, in the eight grade and David in the fifth grade of the Fayette Community School at Fayette. Other candidates seeking the GOP nomination for the 1964 term are William Keig, West Union, and John D. Fay, Fayette. Ninety members of the senior class are candidates for graduation this May. There are 43 candidates for their bachelor of arts degree, and 47 candidates for the bachelor of science degree. THE CANDIDATES for the bachelor of arts degree are as follows: Reta Alderdyce. Lorraine Baldwin, Patricia Beach. Mary Bierbower. Diane Borland. Nellie, Buisman, David Bielenberg, William Carbiener. Cavolee Chapman, ' Dorothy Chase, Madlyn Cline. Bill Daniels, William Doron. Donald Fleming, Elmer Frcyermuth, Joan Fruechte, Sharon Graff. Barbara Hatfield, Paul Humeston, Marvin Johnson, John .Jones. Janice Lamport, Gary Lindsey. Roger Mnngari," Judith' Lint. Patricia Murphy, Kathyrn Ix>ng Jan Mclx-ese,. Jean Mc- I^cse, Clark R. Miller, Barbara Nading, Clara Prestegard, Bernice Reinhardt. Mary Richmond. Joseph Hi' ks. David Ripley, Jack Roberts. Mary Rose. Larry Sims, Martin Spratt, Kenneth Staff. Penelope Stevens, Gene Wellman. The candidates for the bachelor of science degree are as follows: William Barker, Alan Becker, Don Black. Dwight Brown, Ronald Burns, Charles Chase. Ronald Cole, Tim Dreman. Virgil Duit, Dennis Neil Evans. Douglas Everett, Donald Grove, Frank Guild, David Hupp, Terry Johnson. Paul Junkmann. Gene Kling, Clarence Knowles. Everett Knudston, Dennis Lamport, James Lang. Gordon Lauer, Richard Leiran, Jerry Livingston, Dennis Lund, Mary McCormick, Robert Meyer, John Meyer, John Moore. William Moore, Jon Mullins. Terry Mullins, Charles Oaks. Bill Quirk, Hugh Randall, Thomas Reardon, Orville Rodenberg, Larry Sanford, John Shultz, James Sinnott, Allen Solom, Robert Swanson, Tom Toman, James Turner, William Wendt, Stanley Wenger, Jerome Wiedman. Seventy-two other seniors are candidates for graduation at the end of the summer sessions. Rothlisberger named Outstanding farmer The May meeting of the Fayette Soil Conservation District was held May 7 at the Soil Conservation Service office in West Union. New cooperators approved for basic plans were Milton L. Ash, Pleasant Valley township; and John Konichek, Dover township. Four basic plans were approved, Everett McKee, Dover township, Parker Davis, Windsor township, Richard Stubenrauch, Banks township, and Wayne Hughson, Center township. Earl Rothlisberger, Illyria township, was selected as the outstanding conservation farmer to be entered in the National Soil Conser- GAY'S BARBER SHOP Will Be Closed May 21 To Attend The AMBBA State Convention At Waterloo, Iowa. GAYLEN BIERBOWER • Proprietor Extend deadline for Farm pond stocking Although the deadline was May 1 on cooperative farm pond stocking requests, the State Conservation Commission has announced it will accept a few more applications for hardship cases where there has been a known winter kill if such requests are filed before May 18. Farm pond owners are advised to contact their local fish and game conservation officers to make arrangements for an application and inspection of their ponds. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS TWO BEAUTY OPERATORS At The Beauty Box See Aunt Jemima In Person Saturday, May 19 IN FAYETTE Eileen Jones, daughter of Russell and the late Mrs. Jones, will be assistant to Miss Jodeen Fltz, Manager. She Is a graduate of Valley High School, and the Paris Beauty Academy in Cedar Rapids. NOW OPEN ON MONDAYS BEAUTY BOX Phone 150 Fayette MAIMER'S SHOES AND CLOTHING FREE Silver Dollar WITH PURCHASE OF $10.00 OR MORE Complete Line Of MEN'S WEAR Trousers Shorts Short Sleeve Shirts Knit Shirts Work Clothing Wembley Ties White Drip Dry Dress Shirts Sox Shoes MAURER'S .0. " ' IN FAYETTE WELCOMES AUNT JEMIMA SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN • JEANIE COORDINATES Pedal Pushers — Slacks Blouses : — Shorts DRESSES— $5 98 - $12 95 COTTON & NYLON JERSEY SHOES- Flats $3as-$4 98 GLOV - ETTE SHOES $6 95 ^ $^ 95 SPRING HATS? $199 »P PURSES |J J|| ^ |2 ? 9 GLOVES j|O ^^|li0 Wilke & Wilke Lorenz & Kenneth Wilke, Proprietors Phone 9 Fayette, Iowa MOBILE UNIT — FEED PRODUCE — EGGS AUNT JEMIMA SPECIALS 50 DRESSES Up To 50% DISCOUNT Thursday, Friday & Saturday At Vein 's Dress Shop Vera and Harold Schmidt F R I ARM UuREAU INSURANCE IS A F^R BETTER INSURANCE FOR FARM B USJ NESS INDUSTRY contact £. p. YERMAZEN Or The [Farm Bureau Insurance Agent In Your Area LEARN THE TRUE UNBIASED FACTS ON ALL KINDS OF IN TECHNICAL AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE . ! * Give, personal attention to your particular cato * Givesexport ad vie. «n i; > color harmonlos * £' v y ,roubt,M0 ™«Mntln 8 and decorating situations *in h9 °^ira 0 rr ,0MV,,,a, " t * Remonstrates how much eu»lor and quicker It it to paint tho modern way * «wr 90-day Timo Pay ment Plan SATURDAY, MAY 19 v 9:30 A. M. — 5 P M. r AT OUR NEW BUILDING 148 Main — Fayette LEWIS' 5c - 00 '•-"•wsHte^

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