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Judy Langerman electecfpresident Dcpt. of Hist. & AfohlvM Judy Langerman of the Westfield Worthy Winners 4-H Club, Fayette, was elected county girls' 4-H president at the annual 4-H Rally Day held May 12 at the Maynard Community Ha)/. Others elected to county office included Ann Gilmer, vice pi-esident; Francis Burington, secretary treasurer; Eileen Kuhens, reporter and Lorraine Koch, historian. One of the day's highlights was the initiation of Mrs. Arbie Schroeder and Mrs. Will Heick JUDY LANGERMAN honorary members of the girls' 4-H club organization in Iowa. The initiation ceremony was done by the Dlyria Clipperettes 4-H club and county 4-H officers. Mrs. Schroeder and Mrs. Heick have each Officers Elected ForPTA served many years on the 4-H county committee. Peggy Fox and Barbara Scott were named county junior and senior Better Groomed girls respectively. Judging was done by M-s. L:»"-y Cox, Tripoli. Others pi: - ticip r >tinc in th" junior '"las'; were: Pamela Stanbrough, Diane McNeil, Sharon Woodson, Barbara Achen, Becky Truesde',1, Jackie Schori, Janella Andrew, Diane Grummitt, Barbar Mulford, Diane Kuhens, Artis Burington, Dorothy Murphy, Janscen Perry, Louise Pickett and Lois Schultz. Contest- VoIumW 48 ants in the senior grooming con- volume *">• trst included; Ellen Koch, Sheila Sullivan, Judy Vagts, Norman Hackman, Ann Gilmer, Kris McLaughlin, Iva Feller, Linda Soules, Karol Turner, Janolyn Granger, Mary Beth Baldwin. Judy Wichman and Mary Manson. Beverly Morse, County 4-H Girls' President for the past year, presided at the annual business meeting which included reports by local club presidents for the 16 local girls' clubs in the county, officer reports and election of county officers. As part of the afternoon program, Mrs. Marvin Ingels, county 4-H committee chairman, introduced delegates to sti\te 4-H events. These delegates included Jane Copp. Linda Nilcs. Ann Gilmer, Beatrice Brannon, Lorraine Koch, Arlene Kuhens and Rosemary Andrew. Miss Maria Pulzier told of her experiences as an International Farm Youth Exchange in Finland, One hundred per cent of the girls 4 H clubs in Fayette county have contributed to the IFYE program for the coming year. The 4-H county committee members and county officers who con tributed to the .,/ The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland 21 Thursday, May 24, .1962, Fayette, Iowa Six Pages This Issue Memorial Day to be Observed in Fayette Memorial day in Fayette will be observed with the annual visitations to the cemeteries. There will at A GROUP OF merchants and local residents, along with Aunt Jemima, are shown above serving pan- program included cakes to other hungry residents In the besement of the Farm Bureau building, Saturday. More than 1500 Mrs. Marvin Ingels, Mrs. Reynold persons were served during the day. Strong, Mrs. La Verne Bahe, Mrs. Ralph Mann, Mrs. K. J. Kerr, Beverly Morse, Jane Coop, Joann Harrington, Judy Vaqts, Roberta Rau and Judy Wichman. The monthly meeting of the Fayette Community school Parent- Teacher association was held Monday night, May 21, in the high school gym. During the meeting new officers were elected for the coming year. New officers are: President — Clifford Hayes; vice president — Paul Pickett; secretary, Mrs. Clifford Olson; treasurer — Mrs. Earl King. One topic discussed at the meeting was whether the P. T. A. should be continued this fall. There was no opposition to continuing the organization. Superintendent Dean Curtis stated, however, that a questionnaire will be sent to all parents of school age children in the Fayette district. The purpose of the questionnaire will be to find out what the parents feel the functions of the P. T. A. should be and what the meetings should consist of. The questionnaire will also ask the reason why some parents have not been attending the P. T. A. meetings. Commencement Busy at U.I.U. Dr. Albright will address U.I.U. class of 92 seniors Lee Burns named Class valedictorian Classes end On Monday Monday, May 28, will be tlic final day of classes for Fayettf Community school students in the 196162 school year. All of the days missed during (lie severe winter weather will have been made up by then. Superintendent Dean Curtis stated that Monday will be a regular day of school. Buses will make their normal runs on* schedule. Mr. Curtis also stated that this year it will not be necessary for students to return to school to pick U£ their report cards. Cards will be"mailed out on Wednesday, May 31. 'The Admirable Crichton' Is next production "The Admirable Crichton," the la.st play of this year is a satire of the relationship between classes in society. Crichton, the butler, recognizes the distinctions in the master-servant relationship and maintains his proper position despite the attempts of his rich employers to fraternize with him. When all are shipwrecked on an island, the situation is reversed and Crichton assumes the authority that his training gives him to act in this natural setting. BUT WHEN ALL ARE rescued and back in London, Crichton compels the family to resume a proper master-servant attitude once more. The characters are as follows: Larry Crow as Mr. Crichton; Clair Peterson, Hon. Ernest Woolley; Frank Smith, Rev. John Treherne; Scott Lebin, Lord Brocklehurst; Leona Lomica, Fisher; Vince Popolizio, the Enrl of Loam. Robert Crow, Naval officer; J. Thomas Ham, Tompsett; Diane Borland, Lady Mary Lasenby; Lela Giles, Tweeny; Nancy Downer, Lady Catherine Laesnby; Alice Emerson, Lady Agatha Lasenby; and Pam Williams as the Countess of Brocklehurst are the other characters. Tom Wemette is the associate director, J. Thomas Ham, is the production coordinator and Lynne Lebin is the linguistic director. Production dates are Friday at 8:15 p. m. in CoJgrove-Walker auditorium and May 26, at 8:30 p. m. 'in the Colgrove-Walker auditorium. Mrs. Wiliam Esters is the director of the play. Judge W. H. Antes, West Union, and Mrs. Mildred E. Garbee, Fayette, will, receive honorary doctor's degrees at Upper Iowa university's 100th annual spring Commencement to be held on Monday, May 28, at 10:30 p. m. Judge Antes will be a warded-an honorary Doctor of Laws degree and Mrs. Garbee an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree. The Commencement week-Activities began on Sunday, May 20, with the opening tea for the annual Art Exhibit in the Colgrove-Walker building. The exhibit will continue through May 30. The Commencement play, "The Admirable Crichton" will be presented two nights. Friday, May 25, curtain time is slated for 8:15 p. m. and on Saturday, May 26, the performance will start at 8:30 p. m. following the All College Dinner which will be held in the auditorium at 6 p. m. The dinner is open to the public at $1.50 per person. Dr. Eugene E. Garbee, president of Upper Iowa, will give a report on the progress of U. I. U. Sunday activities also include a Sigma Nu Sigma sorority breakfast at 7:30 a. m. and an Alpha Psi Omega and Pi Kappa Delta breakfast at 9 a. m. in the Porter Dining Room. President and Mrs. Garbee will host a luncheon honoring the class of '37 beginning at 12:30 p. m. in their home. At 3 p. m. on Sunday, Dr. LeGrand Maxwell, McCosh professor of music, will direct "The German Requiem" by Brahms performed by students of the music department. The requieum will be followed at 4 by Baccalaureate. The speaker will be Dr. F. Gerald Ensley, Bishop of the Methodist church of Iowa. Monday, May 28, Kappa Eta Beta sorority will host a breakfast in the Porter Dining room beginning at 7:30 p. m. Sigma Tau Delta will also breakfast in the Colgrove-Walker cafeteria at the same time. Weather permitting, the Commencement ceremony for 92 seniors, will be on the campus just east of the Colgrove-Walker building. Speaker will be Dr. William F. Albright, renowned archeologist and linguist, who is a graduate of Upper Iowa in the class of 1912. Commencement activities will be concluded with a luncheon at the President's home honoring the alumni of the classes ot '92, '02, '12 and '22. Fayeffe fifth in state meet; Two new school records The Fayette Cardinals placed fifth in the state track meet last week with a total of 18 and three- sevenths points. ' Randy Van Bogart brought home the only first, setting a new school record in the 880 yard event. His Ume was 2:02.6. Ken Butters also set a new school record in the 440, but came in fourth. His time was:53.4. Other Fayette placings were: 220-yd dash •- Larry Williams, fourth. . 880-yd relays — PattteonT Burns, Butters, Williams, fourth. Mile relays — Williams, Burns, Van Bogart, Butters, second. Pole vault — Ron Timmerman tie for fourth. Dr. William F. Albright, a world renowned archeologist and Biblical scholar will address 92 seniors who will receive regrees from Upper Iowa university at its 100th annual spring Commencement to be held on Monday, May 28, at 10:30 a. m. Dr. Albright, a 1912 U. I. U. graduate, has been during the past year a visiting lecturer at the State University of Iowa and the University of Minnesota. After completing his studies at U. I. U., he went on to John Hopkins University' and received his Ph.D. degree in 1916. Since that time he has'^Deen~t»Teclpfem-W- at least fourteen honorary doctor's degrees from colleges and universities in America and abroad. He is a member of many scholarly organizations and is the author of over 800 books, papers, reports on archeology and oriental studies particularly about ancient Near Eastern civilization. The Commencement ceremonies will take place outside on the east campus lawn. The public is invited to attend. Tho.se receiving the bachelor of arts degree include: Arlington: Carolee Chapman, elementary education. Callender: Patricia Murphy, speech. ( J ) Cascade: Mary Canfield Rose, elementary education and physical education. Cedar Rapids: Gary Lindsey, elementary education. Charles City: William Carbiener, art and speech; David Ripley, history. Charlotte: David Bielenberg, social science. Colesburg: Kathryn Long, English and sociology. Dorchester: Joan Fruechte, business administration and history; Janice Meyer Lamport, English and psychology. Earville: Gene Wellman, speech. Edgewood: Elmer Freyermuth, English. (.J ) Elgin: Kanneth Staff, history. Elkader: Mrs. Nellie Buisman, elementary education. Fayette: Mary Bierbower, political science; Paul Humeston, English; Barbara Nading, elementary education, Hawkeye: Mary Richmond, elementary education and music. Iowa Falls: Larry Sims, sociology. Kanawha: Penelope Muhm Stevens, English and speech. ( J ) New Providence: Patricia Beach, elementary education. Oelwein: Diane Borland, elementary education; Donald Fleming, sociology; Sharon Graff, elementary education and history. Poatvllle: Bernice Reinhardt, elementary education ( J ); Patricia Looby, elementary education. Shellsburg: Barbar Hatfield, elementary education and English; Judith Maxson Lint, music and history. Swea City: Beta Walker Alderdyce, elementary education. Toledo: Jack Roberts, history. ( J ) Volga: Dorothy Chase, elementary education. ( J ) Wadena;. Lorraine Baldwin, elementary education and English. Waterville: Jananne McLeese, elementary education; Jeanine McLeese, elementary education. Wayland: Joseph Ricks, art. ( J ) Williamsburg: Martin Spratt, business administration arid history, Idaho Falls, Idaho: John Jones. elementary education. Chicago, Illinois: William Daniels, history ( J ); Gunars Meza- jevs, English and history. Austin, Minnesota: R. Clark Miller, political science. Clarkfield, Minnesota: Marvin Johnson, political science. Leroy, Minnesota: Clara Prestegard, elementary education. Mabel, Minnesota: Madlyn Cline, elementary education. Willoughby, Ohio: William Doron, .business administration and his- On Thursday evening, May 17, Dr. Eugene Garbee, President of Upper Iowa university addressed a graduating class of 41 seniors from Fayette Community high school. Soybean loans To Pond Du Lac, Wisconsin: Roger Mangan, history. ( J ) Bachelor of science degrees will be awarded to: Cedar Rapids: David Hupp, business administration. Clarence: Robert Meyer, physical education. Clinton: Jerome Wiedman, physical education. Corwith: Terry Johnson, business administration and sociology. Elgin: Stanley Wenger, business administration and history. Fayette: Charles Chase, business administration and physical education; Douglas Everett, biology ( J ); Jon Mullins, business administrat- ( Continued on page 5) With the May 31 maturity date fast approaching for 1961-crop soybean price support loans, producers were cautioned today to watch soybean market prices closely for possible advantageous redemption of the loans. Ellis W. Thompson, chairman. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee, pointed out that in many areas market prices have been above support prices, thus enabling producers Co the support. The chairman reminded farmers that the maximum amount obtain- also be the annual program the Lima church on Sunday. Most of the stores in Fayette will remain closed, along with the bank, post office and A. S. C. office. Larry Farley, commander of the local American Legion post, stated that the firing squad will visit four cemeteries. They will also holt) » short ceremony on the highway 150 bridge, as a wreath of flowers is dropped into the water. Volunteers to place flags at the cemeteries are to meet at Lucy's Garden of Eat'en at 6:45 a. m,, and the firing squad will meet at the Legion hall at 8:15 a. m. At 8:45 a. m. the firing" squad will visit St. Francis cemetery, where Rev. Lowell Shekleton will offer the prayer. At'9 a. m. they will be at Dunham Grove cemetery, with Rey. O. J. Feller; at 9:15 at Pleasant Hill cemetery with Rev. Felter; 9:40 at the town bridge with Rev. .Jerry Wolcott; and at 10 a. m. at Grandview cemetery with • Rev, Wolcott. Memorial Day observance at the Lima church will be held Sunday, May 27, at 2:30 p. m. The program is as follows: Processional, Jean Ann Cowles; Fayette; Invocation, Rev. James Nelson, Randalia; Song, Star Spangled Banner by the audience; Song, Ardath White; Flute quartet, Mary Austin, Ann Austin, Dayna Dumermuth. all of Fayette and Kathy Keig, West Union. Address, Rev. James Nelson; Song, Larry Keig, West Union; Song. America The Beautiful by the audience; .Benediction, Rev. James Nelson; Recessional, Jean Ann Cowles. The March to the. cemetery led by the Wadena Post V the American Legion will ..conclude the service. Taps will be played by "Winnie 'Mae J 2»bornik . und^' "Stoneman', both of Fayette. LEE BURNS Lee Burns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burns, was named valedictorian. He has been active in football, baseball, basketball and track. He plans to attend the State University of Iowa in Ames. charges, and that no additional amount will be paid to farmers if the market price is higher than the loan value. Farmers can obtain the benefit of any higher market price only by redeeming their soybeans and selling them on the open market. .The support rate on 1961-crop soybeans in Fayette county was $2.28 per bushel. Through March 31, 19G2 county growers had put 90,193 bushels of the 1961 soybean crop under loan. Lliai IIIC IIIUA1IIIUIII UlllUUIll UUM1UI- - _ I m able under the price support pro- A/I DTP in fin 1 gram is the loan value less charg- lflul c "IUII l f Eat free pancakes Volunteers needed For auxiliary play Volunteers for the play "Naughty Marietta" are di'.spwatcly needed, according to Mrs. Steve Storrey, president of the Palmer Memorial Auxiliary. The play will be dropped if there are not more volunteers for the parts. The last tryouts for the play will IK held at 7:30 p. m. Friday, May 22, in the West Union high school music room. There are singing, speaking and silent parts yet to be cast. Men and women are both needed badly. Cor- rographers and scenery help is also needed. Any and everyone is urged to come to the tryouts Friday night. Rehearsals have been arranged only on week-ends, and baby sitters will be available. Tenative dates for the play have been set for June 22 - 23 - 24. All proceeds will go into the Palmer Memorial building fund. Awards available For summer reading A summer reading program is being planned for youngsters in the Fayette area by the public library, according to librarian Mrs. Beryl Thompson. The reading program will start June 6. Awards will be presented to each youngster who reada a minimum of 10 books during the summer vacation months. Additional awards will be presented to the boy and girl, who reads the greatest number of books during the same period. Mrs. Thompson urge.8 all Fayette youngsters to- geiT an early start-on their summer reading. Injured at cafeteria Mrs. Floyd Smith, who is employed at the college cafeteria received an injury to her foot and ankle this week while carrying a leaded tray which fell resulting in the Injury. She was taken to the hospital for x rays and advised by her physician to keep off her foot for a few days. "'•>•'•• ELIZABETH ANN AUSTIN Elizabeth Ann Austin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Austin, was named salutatodan. She has been active in band, chorus, majorette, student council, annual staff, annual editor, class officer, and attended S. U. I. on an N. S. F. scholarship. The Iowa Bar Association Citizenship award went to Elizabeth Ann Austin and the D. A. R. Award for American History went to Alfred Lee Burns. Other awards were: Music, Larry Keig; English, Alfred Lee Burns; Dramatics, Dayna Dumermuth; Science and Math, Alfred Lee Burns; Boys' Athletic, Larry Williams; Girls' Athletic, Mary Sue. Manson. Petersons to observe 50th anniversary date Mr and Mrs. John A. Peterson of 029 Summit Aw., Waterloo, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at an open house from 2 to 4:30 p. m. June 3 at the Westminister church, 1301 Kimball Ave. Waterloo. Adaline Grunig and Mr. Peterson were married in Cedar Falls, Iowa on June I, 1912. Their children, Glen, of Charles City; Grant, of Marshall town; and Mrs, George Bones, of Jolict, 111., will be hosts for the open house, and invite all relatives and friends to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson farmed in Fayette County for 28 years, moving to Waterloo in 1942. Tliere are two grandchildren. More than 1500 people ate free pancakes and sausage at the Aunt Jemima pancake day in Fayette, Saturday. The event was sponsored by the Fayette Chamber of Commerce. - • The free pancakes and sausage were served in the basement of the Farm Bureau building. Cooking and serving was done by the local merchants, members of their families, and employees. A representative of- the Quaker Oats Co., which donated the Aunt Jemima pancake flour, stated that more than 150 pounds were used. Coffee was donated by the Super Vulu company, and butter was donatc-d by the Fayette Co-op Creamery. Sausage was furnished at cost by Smith and Sons grocery. Milk was donated by Carnation, Sanitary and Humphry dairies. C. R. Lewis was chairman of the project. Thomas Lynch receives Catholic youth award On May 13 Thomas H. Lynch, the 18-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lynch, received the Catholic Youth Award for God- Home-Country activities. Besides being a member of St. Mary's Parish in Wnucoma, he is a senior at St. Luke's high school in St. Lucas and plays on the varsity basketball squad. He joined the 4-H club in the fall of 1953. In this, his ninth year of 4-H Club work, Tom 5s both president of the local 4-H club and secretary-treasurer of the Lone Star Saddle club, both of Wauroma. Ladies Aid to meet The Lima Ladies Aid will meet Friday afternoon, May 25, '.vith Mrs. Gladys Warner as hostess. Roll call will be "A Green Thumb Tip". Mrs. Jim Davis will present devotions and Mrs. Farrell Bass will be in charge of the program. Poppy contest winners Winners in the Poppy Poster contest conducted by the Fayette American Legion Auxiliary were announced. They are, first, John Zaharis; second, Marjorie Jones; and third Brenda Lehs, This year the Auxiliary members sold the poppya on the street. All participation was appreciated. County 4-H members To host Canadians A group of 37 4-H club members and leaders from the Indian Head area of Saskatchewan, Canada, will be visiting Fayette county in July, reports Harold L. Bouiton, county extension associate. The purpose of the program is to enable 4-H club members of Saskatchewan and Fayette county to develop friendships and understanding of family life, agricultural, community, industrial resources and conditions, and farming practices in their respective areas. The exchange plans are. being worked out cooperatively with Fayette county Extension Service, Clayton county Extension Service, Iowa State Extension Service and the Saskatchewan Agricultural Representative Service. Tentative plans are for the group to arrive July 7. and stay for a week with their Fayette county host families. Fayette county will make a return in the summer of 1963. A group from the Weyburn area of Saskatchewan will be visiting Clayton county during the same week. Families with 4-H club members 15 yea-s of age or older, may make application before June 1 for serving as host family.