Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 14, 1962 · Page 5
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June 14, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Briggs in company with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shepard and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shepard of Cedar Rapids went to Brandon, Minn., Saturday for a few days vacation. ^i Mrs. James Miller and Sandra plan to go Wednesday to Underwood, Minn., to visit a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Olson. Enroute they will visit at the David Briggs home at Minneapolis and get Rodney Miller who will accompany them. Mrs. Mary Miller will accompany them to Springfield, Minn., and visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Seavert. — •— Sunday guest, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs were her cousins: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones, of Cedar Rapids; Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond Jones, of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beiber, of Waterloo; and Mrs. J. E. Stephenson and Roland, of Manchester. Also Mr. and Mrs. David Briggs, Michael and Brian, of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Popenhagen and Judy Butterfield, of Randalia, Mr. and Mrs, Otto Popenhagen and Dennis Briggs, of Fayette. ~""~ e)""" Week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Miller were Mr. and Mrs. David Briggs and two sons, of Minneapolis. Rodney Miller accompanied them home to spend a few days. — • — Sunday callers at the Arnold Heth home were the Paul Heth family, of Jesup; Ezra Heth family, of Hawkeye, and Eldo Eckhart's o.f Arlington- Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Orr attended the wedding of Terry Beman and Patricia Meigban at the Trinity Lutheran church in Hawkeye, Saturday afternoon. ^"~Qp""~ Attending the Bonjour family reunion at the Strawberry Point park Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bonjour, and family, Mrs. Florence Bonjour, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dickinson and family, Bernice and Ralph Bonjour and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bonjour. K.0» Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nims attended the Confirmation services at the First Lutheran church near West Union Sunday, June 3, when their niece, Linda Kamans was confirmed. "• — 9*~" Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kleppe, and baby of West Union. Visiting Sunday in the Ross Hough home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Sieleman and family of Mason City. _ _ Charles Webb returned home from the Sumner Irospital last week. — • — Mrs. George Turner, of Arlington, and Mrs. Johanna Harrison, of Maynard, were afternoon guests last Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hough as a surprise courtesy for Mrs. Turner's birthday. _ Mrs. Ross Hough's home was the meeting place last Wednesday afternoon for the women of the neighborhood who had birthdays in June] Thirteen were present to en joy a social afternoon, after which Mrs. Hough served a lunch. more coming Mr$. Earl Aanes entertained a few friends Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Everett's birthday. Cake and coffee were served. David Reese, Rachelle, 111., visited a couple of days this week in thevparental M. E, Reese home. Sunday dinner guests in the Waltfer Turner home were Mrs. Harold Nlemann, of Hutchinson, Kans., Mrs. Niemann, Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Turner and James, Manchester and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner, Jlandalia. Mrk Forrest Claxton has been transjered from the West Union hospital to Rochester, Minn. Vtoiting the pant week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Lam- hpleif were their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Me- Laury of Missoula, Montana, where they both graduated from the Montana State University. They returned home Friday, when tjiey will move to Lakeview* • Oregon where he has accepted a job working for the Federal Government. Week-end g5e?iT.in ,the Walter Turner home were Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Turner, pf St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burke of Baraboo, Wise. visit with her daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Brown and family, of Cedar Falls. *"""""• ' Miss Kathy Shaffer of Minneapolis was a week-end visitor in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Shaffer. ^ p Mr. and Mrs. Max Shaffer were Sunday visitors in Dus Moines visiting Mr. anil Mrs. Don Brattei:o and making the acquaintance of their new grandson. tw A^_» Mary Schmidt moved last week from her home on King Street to the Vern Rowland residence which she purchased some time ago. — m —^ Mike Ashby, who has been attending the Montana State University at Missouli Montana is spending the summer with his parents, the Wes Aslihy's. He will be a life guard at the Oelwein swimming pool this summer. —•— Barry Zbornik, who attended the State University at Ames the past year is at the home of his parents, the T. M. Zbornik's. He has taken the position as Life Guard at the Sumner swimming pool for the summer. He held the same position last summer. ._,-,,_ ^ t Mrs. William Esters of the U. I. U. faculty has moved into an apartment In the Humphrey house at the corner of King and Water Street. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles attended the services at the American Zion Lutheran church in Castalia Sunday in which their baby grandson, Kent Robert Cowles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cowles uvi.s baptized. They were dinner and afternoon guests following the service at the Robert Cowles home near (Xssinn. —•- o — Mrs. Alta Owtn atU-ndrd tin- third annual Heeder reunion at the Klock's Island park Sunday. Towns represented were Milwaukee. Wis.. Rochester, Minn., Ceil ar Rapids, Eldora, West Union, Randalia and Fayette. —•— The Walter Sellers family of Oelwein were Sunday visitors in the parental Peter Fauser home and with her sister, Mrs. Vernon Poul and family of Tulsa, Oklahoma who are guests in the Fauser home. —•— Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderson, of Pontiac, Mich., returned to their home Monday after a 10-day visit with his sister Eleanor Alderson and friends in Fayette. —•— Mrs. Vernon Paul and two children, of Tulsa, Okla., are visiting a couple of weeks in the parental Vern Paul and Peter Fauser home and with other relatives in the area. —•—— Vicky Hearn, of Cedar Rapids, spent last week in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lund. Her parents, Mr. and Mr*. Lei Hearn came Sunday to get her. •_ •«~ Mrs. Clyde Blunt, of West Union, was a Saturday afternoon visitor of Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine after having attended the funeral of Mrs. O. W. Stevenson. Inheritance best Criterion for the Culling of cow* A cow's inherited ability to produce determines the amount of milk and butterfat she is capable of producing. Her environment feed, care and management - provide only the opportunity to pro duce up to this capacity. Iowa State University Extension Dairymen Wallace Taylor points out that production records are the best criteria for measuring this inheritance. Taylor believes the lower-producing 15 to 20 percent of the herd should be considered for culling each year. If cows are not paying their way, consider replacing them. However, before you compare production records on cows of different ages, adjust the records to the same mature-equivalent age basis. Single, records, provide a good estimate of producing quality, but the more records are better. Records of close relatives should also be considered in any culling program. Taylor adds that production records should not provide the only criteria for culling. The time of year when the cow calves Is Important data from the Iowa Dairy Herd Improvement Association re- potts for 1961 show 5 to 10 percent mote production for cows calving in the fall and winter months over those calving in the summer. The length of the dry period affects production and should be considered too. Michigan DHIA results show increases in milk production during lactations following a longer dry period. The increase was from 9,511 pounds of milk for a twoweek dry period to 11,567 pounds for a 6 to 8 week dry period. Butterfat increased from J47 pounds to 413 pounds. Taylor says that consideration in determining when to dry up a cow is her condition. She should be fed grain and be in good condition when site calves. Sis to eight weeks is the recommended length of dry period. Other factors to be considered in culling include how rapidly the cow matures, her breeding record: her disease and mastitis record, including her family record; and her type, disposition and ease of milking. Taylor says the length of time between calving is also important The ideal period is 12 or 13 months. Culling should be done during the most favorable time of the year. It may be best to delay culling during the base period for milk production and then cull later. port*. There has been some excellent fishing on the Great Lakes, but West Okoboji slowed up considerab ly due to a heavy bug hatch. Spirit Lake has been offering some fine white bass and walleye fishing. Clear Lake has had continued good fishing for bass, bluegill, bullhead, crappie, and walleye. The Missouri river has had slow fishing due to low water levels, with the exception of Brown's lake and Blue lake. Blue lake has been offering some fine bass, bluegill," bullhead, crappie fishing with some northerns. The south Iowa artificial Lakes have been variouly affected by heavy rains with Geode, Red Haw. Wapello, and Ahquabi maintaining normal level* and affording fine fishing. The Mississippi river is best between Davenport and Dubuque with generally good fishing. The rest of the river is high and muddy. The northeast Iowa trout streams were muddy from the heavy rains in that area, but should clear quickly. Heirlooms Mrs. Anina Voctmann of Ringsted displayed valuable family heirlooms that recently arrived from Denmark. The items included silver service, lamps, etc. some of which have been in the possession of the Voetmnnn family for 150 years. Bugs and weather Cause slow fishing A variety of weather conditions during the past week has had a pronounced effect on fishing, the State Conservation commission re- Gene Wm. Singer FAYETTE, IOWA PHONE 247 PLUMBING HEATING WIRING BOTTLE GAS Mr} and MbPful Oldfather and family of Cedar Rapids were Saturday caller* in the Walter Turner homo after having, visited his mother Mrs. MUo Oldfather, who is a patient!' at the Oelweln hospital.! * __ Mr| and Mrs. M. E. Reese attended high school graduation exercises at Cedar Rapids last week when, their granddaughter, Marlon Shoemaker, graudated. Miss Shoemakers two grandmothers and one great, grandmother were in attend- ence,! BOYS-GIRLS-HAYEFUN WIN VALUABLE PRIZES CONTEST ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS WRITE A NOTE TELLING WHY YOU THINK YOUR FATHER SHOULD BE KING FOR A DAY It's easy! It's fun! Win valuable gifts for«yourself and your father simply by telling why you think YOUR DAD deserves to be "King For A Day". The names of the winners will appear in this paper on June 21. Use the entry blank below — enter today! OTT'S FLORAL AND GIFT SHOP OWEN "BOOTS" OTT Phone 39 MULLINS SPORT SHOP Earl and Harold Mulling STATE BANK OF FAYETTE Phone 4 DANIELS DRUG Drugs — Sundries — Gifts Phone 163 HARPER'S PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 77 COFFEE NOOK Home of Friendly Atmosphere Phone 8 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 BEAUTY BOX Phone 150 Jodeen Fitz, Mgr. SMITH AND SONS GROCERY Phone 7 LEWIS' VARIETY Phone 75 YERA'S DRESS SHOP Phone 81 LOOK ATTHESEPRIZES THE 'KING FOR A DAY' RECEIVES: $10 IN VALUABLE MERCHANDISE YOUNGSTERS WILL BE AWARDED 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize $5 $2 $1 SIMPLE CONTEST RULES 5 • Any boy or girl under 12 years of age U eligible lo enter, except children of employees of this newspaper. • A youngster may enter only once, but a father may receive any number of nomination*. • Entries must be submitted on the Official Entry Blank; must b* written In fifty words or less. « Entry blanks may be obtained In the business places of any of the sponsoring merchants. • Judging will be based on originality, sincerely and aptness of thought. Decisions of the Judges are final. No entry may be returned. • Deadline for entries Is noon, Monday, June 11, 1962. HUMP'S PLACE Nathan Humphrey ED CAMPBELL'S DEEP ROCK SERVICE Phone 45 FARM BUREAU INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 258 UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Fayette, Iowa BILL'S SUPER YAM Phone 84 BELLES - WRIGHT FUNERAL HONK Joe and Linda Wright Phone 199 YOUR PAPER'. FOR COUNTY AND LOCAL NEWS FAYETTE LEAVER OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK MY FATHER SHOULD BE 'KING FOR A DAY' BECAUSE: (in 50 words or less) NAME AGE ADDRESS Bring this entry blank into any of the stores listed on this page, or mail to the Fayette Leader no later than noon, Monday, June 18. | Sunday "evening from 'a few day

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