Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 24, 1962 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1962
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Deadline near /or vofe on Turkey mar/cef/ng order All turkey producers eligible to vote in the upcoming referendum on the national turkey marketing order were urged to file at the proper A. S. C. S. office as soon as possible their certification of turkeys marketed in 1901. Ellis W. Thompson, chairman. Agricultural Stablization and Conservation County Committee, points out that this is particularly important, since June 8 is the deadline for "contract-producers" and cooperatives to file such certifications. "There are few questions raised about 'producer-growers'", the Chairman declared, "but a good deal of misunderstanding about 'contract-producers' who are eligible to vote in the referendum if they have a 'proprietary interest' in the turkeys produced. Apparently, the trouble arises because people don't understand just what 'Proprietary interest' means under the turkey marketing order." The "producer-grower", the Chairman explained, who is eligible to vote in the turkey referedutn, is a person who ( 1 ) operates production facilities in a proprietary capacity, ( 2 ) produces in excess of 3,600 pounds of turkeys on such production facilities in a year, and ( 3 ) whose turkeys are handled by handlers. The "contract-producer" who is eligible to vote is a person who participates in the production of turkeys with the risk of loss. If the person who finances the grower by way of credit for feed, poults, or other supplies, has a contract with the grower which stipulates that the producer grower must repay the amount advanced, the financing party does not share the risk of loss and so would not be eligible to vote in the turkey order referendum. However, if the arrangements provide that the financing party's advances are to be legally satisfied by the returns Delta Kappa Gamma's Elect new officers State President, Mrs. Neva Barnhart of Oskaloosa, was guest speaker at Delta Kappa Gamma's Founders' day observance in Colegrove Walker Hall in Fayette on Saturday, May 12. Mrs. Harold Austin and Mrs. Paul Pickett were hostesses at the 12:30 luncheon. Catherine Klaus of Postville presented a tribute to the founders of the international honor society for women teachers. Mrs. Gerald Warnke was music director. Following the luncheon, the home of Mrs. Eugene Garbee was the setting for the initiation ceremony of two new members, Mrs. Luella Burns of Independence and Mrs. Lois Meyer of West Union. New officers for the coming year were installed by the past president, Mrs. Gertrude Gregory. New officers are: president Bess Greenley, First vice-president Hazel Grant, second vice-president Catherine Klaus, recording secretary Hazel Nelson, corresponding secretary Irene Harrington, treasurer Marie Teisinger, and parliamentarian Gertrude Gregory. Out of town people in attendance were Bess Greenley, Iva Fenner, Gertude Gregory, Dorothy Harrington, Hazel Nelson, Marie Teisinger from Oelwein; Mrs. Gerald Warnke from Maynard; Seena Lauridsen, Mae Dickson, and Mrs. Lois Meyer from West Union; Irene Harrington, Mrs, Hazel Grant, and Mrs. Luella Burns from Independence; Catherine Klaus from Postville; Mildred Arey from Cresco; Mrs. M. M. Rogers from Sumner. ' Those from Fayette in attendance were Mrs. Eugene Garbee, Mrs. Harold Austin, Mrs. Paul Pickett, Mrs. Wesley Ashby, and Helen TutUe. from the sale of the turkeys -- wheather or not such returns are more or less than the amount advanced, then there would be a proprietary interest because the financing party would participate in the risk of loss "In all cases", Mr. Thompson, emphasized, "the key point is that the contract producer who is elig ible to vote in the turkey marketing order referendum must participate in the risk of loss. If the contract he has with the producer-grower does not provide for such participation, there is no Properietary interest." A borm fide cooperative of turkey producers is likewise eligible to vote for its producer members. The national turkey marketing order is designed to provide the industry with a means of adjusting turkey marketings in order to assure fair returns to producers and reasonable prices to consumers. To become effective, the order must be approved by at least two-thirds of the growers voting in the referendum -- either by number or by volume of production. Ballots may IK- cast either in person or by mail from June 1!) through June 22. Contract producers should file their certification of producers and volume at the A. S. C. S. State office for the State in which the principal place of business is located, or at the local A. S. C. S. county office if the contract-producer operates in only one county, This certification by contract producers and by cooperatives must be filed no later than June ii. Several graduates Feted in parent's homes Company entertained during the evening Thursday at the Ronald Ash home as a courtesy for Karen's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ash, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bommess and Lee, all of West Union. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ash, of Postville, Miss Sandra Brown, of Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lund, Mrs. Earl Aanes, Dr. Elizabeth Longar, Mr. and Mrs. David Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Bierbower and Shari, Bob Chase, and Larry Evans, all of Fayette. Following the graduation exercises Thursday evening, May 17, at the high school gymnasium the following guests were entertained at, the home of Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen honoring Jean Ann Cowles, a member of the class, Mrs. T. Hus- bery, Eau Claire, Wis., Mrs. David Olson, Stevens Point, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schori, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chens void and Donald all of West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gamier, Maynard, Mrs. Ena Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles and Richard Evans of Fayette; Mrs. Earl Vierow and Gayle, of Waverly. Guests entertained TTiursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Chase honoring their son. Bill's graduation, were Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ashby and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Earle and Roger, Mrs. Ethel Watkins, Jim Timmerman, Andrea Nadeau, all of Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. John Chase, Hawkeye; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cheney, Oelwein, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson and Linda, of West Union. Thursday evening and lunch guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Eldred Dumermuth honoring Dayna's graduation were Mrs. Mary Neuman, Mr. and Mrs. Al Moschel and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jensen and Collin, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jensen and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Connor and Kevin all of West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Osmundsen and Bob, of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Andreau, of Shell Rock; Dennis Dumermuth, of Callendar; Mr. and Mrs. John Fay, Mrs. Pearl Dumermuth and Mrs. Paul Voshell and Gary, all of Fayette. DR. ALBRIGHT — «* (Continued from Page 1) ion ( J ); Terry Mullins, bvisiness administration ( J ). Geneva: Virgil Duit, physical education. Guttenberg: Orvillc lloclonbcrg. physics and mathematics. Hawkeye: Gordon Laui-r, busin ess administration. Hazelton: Charles Oaki-s. biology- health and business administration: James Sinnott, physical t-ilwation. Lamont: Alan Backer, physical education and history. Lawler: William Quirk, business administration. ( J ,' Mclntire: Dennis Dunlay. bio logy. Marengo: Don Black, physical education. Mason City; Willian Moore, mathematics. Monona: Gene Klinge, physical education; Tom Re.-irdon, physical Worthy Winners meet The Westfield Worthy Winners met Saturday, May 19, at the Farm Bureau building in Fayette. Many of the girls have made improvements in their rooms and some are planning more improvements. Roll call was "An Improvement 1 Have Made in My Room". Diane Olson gave an illustrated talk on Grant Wood, She showed some of his famous paintings as well as telling interesting parts of his life. Another talk, "Color Patterns and Wall Designs" was given by Linda Lamphier, who showed right and wrong room groupings. Two team demonstrations were also given. Janice Stannard and Mary Clark demonstrated how to make "Cafe Curtains". How to Mat and Frame Pictures" was demonstrated by Mary Manson and Judy Langerman. Each girl brought accessories from her dresser. Then the girls divided into small groups and arranged pleasing groupings with the various accessories. Since Aunt Jemima was in the basement of the Farm Bureau building, she acted as hostess serving pancakes and sausage. The next meeting will be June 9 with Susan Welsh and Diane Olson as hostesses. You Can't Beat These For Bargains Good Used 4-Row JOHN DEERE PLANTER 2-Row I. H. PLANTER Foss Implement Phone 7009 Maynard High Water Special Just Received--2 Carloads of Posts Complete Stock on Hand For four Fence Repair Donald Hartz, Manager education. New Hampton: Don Grove, hys- ical education. ( J ) Norway: Ronald Cole, business administration. Oelwein: Clarence Knowles, physics and mathematics; Larry Stanford, business administration. Pioneer: Paul Junkman, business administration. Shell Rock: James Turner, history. Shellsburg: Ma--y Ellen McCo;-- mick, physical edunction. Swea City: Dennis Lund, physical education. Victor: William Barker, business administration. Volga: John Moore, business administration. ( J ) Wadena: Jerry Livingston, business administration. Waterloo: Frank Guild, physical education. Waterville: Richard Leiran, biology. ( J ) Wj'ikei?: Cwight B.'i.vvn, |.>'iy~.ical education. Waukon: Neil Evans, business administration; Everett Knudtson, physical education. West Union: Hugh Randall, biology. Winterset: Dennis Lamport, biology. Chicago, Illinois: Ronald Burns, business administration and history; Allen Solom, business administration ( J ): Robert Swanson, sical education ( J ). Glenville, Minnesota: James Lang, physical education. North Warren, Pennsylvania: Timothy Dremann, business administration. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: William Wenclt, business administration. Rawlins, Wyoming: John Shultz, busincs administration and physical education. ( J ) ( J ) dcnots January graduate. Introducing Raymond Goodell of Oelwein Republican Candidate For County Supervisor 1963 Term Efficient Operation of The County's Business DEDICATED TO SERVE EVERY CITIZEN Your Vote Will Be Appreciated Hello There! I wish to announce that I have purchased Doc's Barber Shop and assumed ownership May 21.1 will welcome all of Doc's customers and those who were my customers in this same shop several years ago. IRVIN PAUL Barber Shop CUTS WASTE AND SAVES YOU MONEY Stop wasting materials by on-lhe-job mixingl Tell u* your spedllcailons and we'll deliver the right amount of the right concrete mix to your Job. Spahn & Rose Lbr. Co. "ONE PIECE OR A CARLOAD" Dunne Slauson, Mgr. Phone 47 — Maynard, Iowa THREE NEW Lawn-Boy Grass Catcher Models TO CHOOSE FROM _>95 l^^^.BM^F^^^r Prices Start At Phone 36 Maynard Now you can groom your lawn a» you wow Lawn-Boy designed for the*best method of grass, caching (not just, a mower with a bag Attached ). Picks up clippings, leaves, twigs, even wet clippings,With vacuum action and whirls them up into chute and catcher bag. Designed for best conventional mowing, too. Snap-on converter directs dippings out a second front-side discharge onto the lawn. Maynard. Iowa HOOVER Convertible Nothing cleans your rugs as well as the easygoing Convertible only FREE YEAR'S SUPPLY OF PAPER BAGS WITH EACH SALE $5 OFF THE ABOVE PRICE $5 By Presenting This Coupon Coupon Good Thurs., Fri., Sat., May 24-25-26 Coupon void offer 5 p. m. Sat. May 26 ACE HARDWARE Oelwein, Iowa GARDEN CENTER NEW ARRIVALS GERANIUMS 49 C SALVIA Red and Pink each Dwarf Red 59c box SPECIALS ON MOST Petunias, Pansies Snaps, marigolds , » OX STADLERS PLANT FOOD Rose Maker, 2 1 /, Ib. GARD-N-GRO, 5 Ib. 75c INSECTICIDES - FUNGICIDES ROSE DUSTERS TOMATO DUSTERS $1.19 ALL TYPES LAWN WEED KILLERS GARDEN CENTER NUTRI - PAK COMPANY South Mechanic Street - Fayette /VOTE"YES"\ * for * * America's Finest * * Court System * * * * * ' Constitutional Amendment ^ June 4,1962 YES g| THE IOWA PLAN FOR THE SELECTION OF JUDGES. Here's What the Plan Does for Youf 1. Guarantees your right to vote on • each District and Supreme Court Judge on his personal record of performance alter each term of office. * * * * * * * 2t Removes the selection of Iowa Supreme and District Court Judges from politics, 3» A«Urea the availability and continuance of qualified judges, freed from the uncertainties and pressures of party politic*. Voters Committee for JUDGES and COURT! * W. BABL HALL, Chairman flf COOPERATION WITH * IOWA JUDGES ASSOC. JTudce William P. Butler, Fr«*ld«nt IOWA BAR ASSOC. * * A * * *

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