Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 26, 1962 · Page 3
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July 26, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Many demonstrations in Graffs f/i/s year af fair Twice daily demonstrations in crafts will be an innovntion for tho Iowa State Fair educational department August 17-26, Mrs. Fern T. Borg. Des Moines, has announced. Mrs. Borg, a former teacher who is department superintendent, said school personnel and leaders of youth groups have been asking for this feature. "Crafts" is rather an inclusive term, Mrs. Borg said, because a number of junior and senior high school science demonstrations have been scheduled. Other parly en tries include soup painting and carving, ceramics, paper cutouts, beadwork. Mrs. Borg said adult experts will talk on other crafts, such as spinning — a teacher requested this do- it-yourself lesson weaving and probably woodworking. Demonstrations are scheduled for 10 a. m. and 2 \>. in. daily in the Kducation building. To date 20 public high, junior high, elementary and rural schools have announced entries, Mrs. BctfJ! said. She added that several rural county schools will co-operate in a single exhibit. In contrast to other years, each school is choosing its own theme for the display. Mrs. Borg said, given this freedom of choice, she anticipates a variety of interesting entries in such media as chalk, painting and drawing, mosaics, puppets, tempera, clay, paper mat-he, paper cutting, crayons and other ratifies of the artful young. "With students using their imagination not only in design but in subject, I believe we will have one of the most creative exhibitions in several years," Mrs. Borg predict ed. Part of the educational depart ment's value, Mrs. Borg said, is that the displays are integrated with regular classwork in such subjects as English, history, social studies, geography and lang uage as much as with art study. Gladys H. Horgen, regional consultant for the Iowa public education department, will rate the entries for $2,390 in premiums an increase over 1901 - to be pro rated among the winning schools. She will rate for size of exhibit, neatness, pupil creativity and or iginality, quality, adherence to theme and will consider the size of the school, Mrs. Borg said. Civil cases filed Civil cases filed recently with the Fayette County clerk of court are: Alfred Ash, Melva Ash, Carolyn Ash, and Sharon Ash vs. Harley Moore and Darrell Wilson, law damages, law damages, $5.232.70, $3,645.45 $10000, $228.25 interest and cost; Palmer Memorial hospital vs. Robert D. Jacobson, law account, $134.40 and interest; Al lied Building Credits inc., vs. Katherine L and Gerald J. Davis, change of Venue $011.01 and interest; Linus and Viola Hildebrand vs. LeKoy Alcorn, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Co. and lilln Humphry, law damages. $457.51 $2.<Wf,.50. $457.51. $2,(X>r>.r>0. $2.065.511. $2,fi5.50 interest and costs. Palmer Memorial hospital vs. Delmar and Beverly Cousins, law account. $14J1.70 interest and costs; Paul K. Ryan vs. Robert A. Dohse, law. promissory note, $1.544.51 interest and costs; Helen and Floyd Blades vs. Leland Northrop, law damages, $25,000 and $410,000 and costs; L. Bochenstedt bda Fayette County Loan Company vs. Clem and Rose Schmitt, law promissory note, £556.12 interest and costs; Iva Mae Kerns and Floyd W. Kerns costs; L. Bochenstedt dba Fayette vs. James Edward I^aube. law paternity complaint. New cars licensed New cars registered recently in the Fayette County treasurers office are: Calvin McCary, Fayette. Rambler; Bonnie or Richard Dove, Fayette, Chevrolet; Kdward or Arlone Wenthe, Ossian, Plymouth; Lary or Betty Sheffert, Oelwein, Rambler; Merrill Smith, Oelwein, Cushrnan Scooter; Donald or Edith Hartz, Maynard, Buick; Florfan or Viola Burchett, Arlington, Ford; Carl or Frances Kuennen, Oelwein, Pontiac; Eugene or Elizabeth McCann, Oelwein, Ford; Doris West, West Union, Chevrolet station wagon; Clarence Boleyn, West Union Pathfinder Travel trailer; Leonard Sabo, West Union, Studebaker; Edward Steffens, Eldorado, Chevrolet; Frank Young, Waucoma, Rambler station wagon; Theodore Bair, Oelwein, Rambler station wagon; John or Viola Stefcns, West Union, Oidn- rnnbile; 7,ita or Gordon Farquharson. West Union, Rambler. Two trucks registered, were to Harold or Leona Popenhagen, Wadena, Chevrolet; Robert Bartels, Weslgate Chevrolet. 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