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l>e»Moinetj Second meefing scheduled On proposed golf course The second meeting on the proposed Fa.vf-tte golf course will be held at 8 p. m., Thursday, Aug. 1C, at the Town Hall. All interested persons are urged to attend. Alxntt 20 persons attended the first meeting last week, when the proposed course was thoroughly discussed. Walter Johnson of Winthrop also attended the meeting and explained how the Winthrop course was begun, and the expenses involved. It was decided that the goal of the group should be an 18 hole golf course, which would be one of the few in northeast Iowa. In order to get the project underway, stock will be sold during the next few weeks. It was pointed out at the meeting "• t 'ho n-onospH ?olf course is not a project strictly for golfers, u a lor the entire community. Such a course near Fayette would benefit tlie town both social and business wise. With a golf course within a few miles of town, many people not now playing the game would undoubtedly become interested, and also the youngsters of the town would have an opportunity to learn Volume 48, Number 32 the game at an early age. The course would also be available for instruction to college classes. No definite plans have been made as to location of the course. Anyone who has a proposed sight available within a few miles of Fayette should contact the Leader office. Dept. of Hist. & Archives ,) Des Molnes, 19, Iowa r v</ the Heart Of Northeast Iowa'a Scenic Wonderland Thursday, August 9, 1962, Fayette, Iowa Six Pages This Issue Football season is on the Way; meeting scheduled Achievement day held For Worthy Winners The Westfield Worthy Winners 4-H club held their achievement Day Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Farm Bureau building in Fayette. Janice Stannard and Mary Clark presented their junior demonstration "Don't Throw Away Make Cafe." Their demonstration will be given at the county demonstration day, Aug. 9. Each of the seven girls who attended 4-H camp near Decorah last month told of her experiences. They all agreed it had been fun as well as educational. Entries going to the county fair in each division are as follows, Juniors: pictures - Marsha Frey, Susan Welch; accessory grouping Barbara Boulton, Bonnie Boulton; storage improvement - Janice Stoneman; painted or enameled item - Susan Welch, JoEllen Langerman; natural wood finished item - Barbara Boulton, Bonnie Boulton; something from fabric Barbara Boulton, Marsha Frey. Intermediate division: accessory grouping - Janice Stannard; painted or enameled item - Janice Stannard; natural wood finished item Janice Stannard; something from fabric - Mary Clark, Janice Stannard. Senior division: picture - Linda Niles, accessory grouping "Nttes; painted or enameled item Judy Langerman; natural wood finished item - Linda Niles; something from fabric - Linda Niles, Judy Langerman; furniture grouping with accessories - Judy Langerman; "design - Why" - Linda Niles. The next meeting will be Saturday, Sept. 8 at the Farm Bureau building. Cards share title With Oelwein Summer is only half gone, and already preparations are being made for the coming football season. The Fayette Cardinals will play their opening game on Friday, Sept. 14, at Dyersville. Coach Robert McCormack stated that all high school boys who intend to try out for football should Parents - Sons Meeting The coaching staff of the Fayette high school Invites the parents of all football candidates and all other Interested parties to a foot- MEMBERS OF THE FAYETTE CARDINALS are pictured above with their coach. Milt Kromer. Back row, left ball meeting at the high school to right: Loel Gross, Sonny Salmon, Don Tlmmerman, Larry Williams, Ken Butters, Lee Burns, Ron Tlmmer- gymnaslum Monday, August 20, at man. Front* row: Gary Voshell, manager, Howie Hubbsll, Curt Dumermuth, Bob Hubbell, Jim Tlmmerman, I p. m. At this time, the coaches will go over training rules with the parents and the boys. Also, protective equipment will be displayed and demonstrated. Parents and Interested parties are urged to attend. Tom Butters, and Coach Kramer. NOTICE The Fayette Youth Canter will be open this Friday night from I to 11 p. m. All members are invited to attend. There will be a meeting of the youth council at the Legion hall on Monday, August 13, at 7:30 p. m. All Interested adults and members of the council are urged to attend. make arrangements for a physical examination soon. Examinations will be given by Dr. Scott Linge in his office between August 13 and 24. Football practice sessions will also begin on August 24, on the high school football field. Four letter winners will be returning to the Cardinal squad this season, along with several others who showed great promise last fall. The lettermen include Ken Butters, Don and Jim Timmerman, and Mike Gaynor. Two other boys Linda _who,.,£hould holp boletar the club '"this fall are, Don Connor and Dwayne Oelberg. The Cardinals finished the 1961 season with a four won and four loss record. The Fayette high school schedule is as folows, hime games in bold type. Sept. 14 — Dyersville Sept. 21 — West Central Sept. 28 — Waukon Oct. 5 — West Union Homecoming Oct. 12 — Elkader Oct. 19 — Postville Oct. 26 — Sumner (Dad's Night) Nov. 2 — Valley Outstanding records show Board members pi In season total ior Cards Fayette county fair an Dies Waverly's oldest resident William Hamm, died recently at the age of 102 years. He is survived by one daughter, four grand-children, 14 great-grandchildren and five great great grandchildren. Award 83 degrees at Ceremonies Thursday Eighty-three persons will receive degrees from Upper Iowa university during the annual Summer Commencement exercises to be held Thursday, August 9, according to Registerar Roger Bowen. Mr. Thomas P. Nickell, Jr., Director of Development at the University of Southern California, will be the Commencement speaker. He is a graduate of Butler University and the University of Southern California and has been employed in various fund raising capacities at U. S. C. since 1950. An Honorary Doctor of Business Administration will be awarded to Mr. Nickell during the exercises which will get underway at 10:30 a. m. in the Colgroye-Walker Memorial building. Those receiving bachelor of science degrees Include: Arthur Edwards, Baldwin; Robert A. Whitlnger, Elma; Carlton W. Knight HI., Fayette; James R. Herdliska, North English; Gerald D. Petcrman, Randalia; Dennis W. Ward, Sweledale; Gary R. Pod- hajsky, Traer; Patricia A. Knapp, West Union; Frank Lipscomb; James Neely and Charles J. Nemec, Chicago, HI.; Dennis C. Chry- zanowskl, Cicero, IU, Bachelor of arts degrees will be awarded to: . . Hazel Seedorff Oldfather, Arl- Cordes, Eldora; Marian Schatz Helgerson, Elgin; Darlene Maria Larh- phier, Elkader. Dorothy-xEleanor Dilley, Ema Schreider Downing, Anabel Van Sickle Peabody, Steven R. Talcott, Fayette; Mary Ellen Carlson, Guttenberg; Dorothy Schrupp, Harpers Ferry; Sarah Haven, Wanda Ann Webber, Hawkeye; Jack Ray Hooten, Hazleton; Irene Ford Blank, Minnie Wells Fenner, Vera Lange Holtz, Marcia Flaten Schmitz, Independence; Kay Carpenter Sage, Lamont; Donna Starkey; LeRoy Allen Leupker, Luana; Dorothy M. Barclay, Betsy E. Harris, Bess Allison Malven, Edjth W. Porter, Manchester. Alice Johnson, Masonville; Robert G. Nau, Jr., Muscatine; Kathleen Ann Rahlf, New Hampton; Charleen Alsip, Kathryn Tibbets Eikenberry, Donis P. Frisch, Bernadine Warner Granneman, Marlene Jean Heller, Norma Sargeant Sharff, Judith Stokesberrv, Oelwein; Helen Maud Baker, Eleanor J. M. Bower, Grace Mary Me- Kenna, Caroline A. Street, Osage; Marie Helbig Marling, Rowley; Edna Ttiereas Krause, Strawberry Point; Joan Reisner Meyer, Sumner; Janet Ruth Thoreson, Swea City; Sharon Kay Steinford, Van . Home; Brayer K. Amble, Melba Granneman Shank, Waterloo; Vir- Underclassmen led the Fayette Cardinals in most departments during the summer baseball season, according to figures released this week by Coach Milt Kramer. The co-champions of the Register- land conference ended the season with 13 wins and only three losses, (10-2 in the league.) They were also runner-up in the recent Sectional Tournament played at Strawberry Point. First baseman Don Timmerman was the leading hitter on this year's aquod wiltl an average . of .•400 (he hit .273 last year when the Cards won nine and lost three. Don had 18 hits in 44 times at bat, which included 5 doubles, one triple, and one home run. He had 12 runs batted in. In the runner-up position was Jim Timmerman with an average of .353, 20 points over his last year's averagt. Jim had 18 hits in 51 times at bat, which included two doubles and one triple. His 16 RBI's lead the team. Only two percentage points behind his brother was Ron Timmerman. He hit .351 with 13 hits in 37 times at bat which included two doubles, two triples, two homeruns and 14 RBI's. Ron hit .308 last year. Bob Hubbell just about doubled his average this year as he hit for a .310 average. Bob was nine for 29, which included a triple. Tom Butters, playing his first year on the Varsity, hit .304. He had 14 hits in 46 times at bat, including four doubles. Larry Williams had the most stolen bases for the Cards this season. He had 13 and his batting average was .280, considerably higher than last year. Ken Butters had 11 hits in 49 times at the plate for an average of .225. Ken also stole eight bases. Lee Burns ended his high school baseball with a .220 average. He was 11 for 50, including a double and a triple. He also stole nine bases. Sonny Salmon and Howie Hubbell ended the season with .188 and .143 batting averages. Both have four more years of competition remaining and should Improve greatly. Jim Timmerman was the work horse of this year's squad as he pitched 63 innings in 11 games. In wipning six and* losing two, Jim gave up 46 hits, walked only 10 and had 77 strike outs. He saved two games. Senior Larry Williams ended with a 5-0 record He pitched 28 innings, gave up 16 hits, 23 bases on balls, and had 30 strike outs. Tom Butters pitched in three games and .eight innings. He won one and lost one. Tom gave up six hits, 12 bases on balls and had 10 strike outs. Fayette out-scored their opponents this year 101 to 42 and out hit them 115 to 68. The Cards had 27 extra base hits compared to 12 for their foes. Fayette also had 27 more stolen bases, 22 more walks, 28 less strike outs, and (including Sundays and the Fourth of July), and these people made sacrifices so their sons and workers could be in top playing condition. I think they can see that these sacrifices payed off. Also thanks to the mahy fans that followed the squad all summer long, the fellows and I appreciated it." T-V schooltime Telecasts scheduled On September 17. Station WOI- TV, Channel 5, will begin its eleventh year of TV Schooltime Telecasts. TV Schooltime is co-ordinat- ed by th Iowa Joint Committee on CEducation Television, composed of representatives of the Iowa Department of Public Instruction, Iowa State University, State University of Iowa, and the State College of Iowa. The programs are produced and recorded on film at the studios of WOI-TV, Iowa State University, and the closed circuit studios at the State University of Iowa. The purpose of Iowa TV School- time is to make available to elementary pupils educational experiences which their teachers may have neither the time, training, or facilities to provide. It is intended to implement and reinforce the regular classroom curriculum. The subject matter areas covered are: America's Story; Let's Make Music; Landmarks in Iowa History; Let's Explore Science; See & Do Time; and Adventures in Art. Teachers guides are available from the Department of Public Instruction. Stations WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids, and KWWL-TV, Waterloo, will each broadcast five IV Schooltime pro- groms weekly beginning with early September and this program is sponsored by the Fayette County Board of education for Schools of Fayette county. Station KGLA-TV will carry one weekly broadcast of Landmarks in Iowa history. In each instance, the courses will be coordinated 'by organized groups of County Superintendents in the surrounding areas. The program content will be supplied on kinescope (film) by the Iowa Joint Committee on Educational Television. The starting dates for the TV Stations are as follows: WOI-TV, Sept. 17, 10:30 a. m.; WMT-TV, Sept. 17, 9:30 a. m.; K WWL-TV, Sept. 10, 9:00 a. ra; and KGLO-TV, Time and Date to be announced. It is probable that many readers of this column are not familiar with the method of operating the fair,- perhaps a short explanation would be of interest. The grounds, buildings, and equipment are owned by the Fayette County Agricultural Society, Inc., a non-profit corporation. Membership in the Society is obtained through.the purchase of an Exhibitors ticket or a Life Membership ticket, There is no stock in the corporation. The business of the Society is carried on by a 12-member executive Ixwrd," members of which are elected to staggered tnree year terms at the annual meeting of the Society, which is held on the third Tuesday of October. The present members of the board are: Ted Nus, Arlington; Paul Ruse, Oelwein; Lester Seh- ult, Hawkeye; Joe Dinan, Elgin; Grant Lauer, Carl Palmer, Rodney Drewes, Lawrence Cannon. Paul Oelberg, Laurence Vagts, Harry Siolle, and E. T. Alcorn, West Union. The officers, who are elected by the board are: Grant Lauer, president; Carl Palmer, vice president; E. T. Alcorn, secretary; and Richard Vagts, treasurer. A meeting of the board is held each month. In addition the board members do a great deal of main tenance work on the buildings and grounds throughout the year as well as being on duty during the entice week of the fair. Complete boot training Mrs. Lev! Gnge and Mickey were at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Thursday, Aug. 2, to attend the commencement exerciese for their son and brother, Robert Gage, who graduated from his boot training. The Lawrence Evans family of Randalia accompanied by Jean Ann Cowles also attended the exercises after having visited the Ralph Payne family in Electra, Texas. Robert Gage and Jerry Tann accompanied Mrs. Gage to Fayette and are on 14 day furloughs before- being sent to their new assignments. Richard Evans also returned home with his parents and will spend about two weeks before going to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland. Gage will be stationed in Fort Riley, Kansas, and Tann in Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. The playing of three league «.-im es in three days proved to In- just too much for the Fayt'tU- Cardinals last Wednesday night as they dropped the final game of the year to Oelwein Community bv a score of 70. (X'lwein had to win in order to share first place in th<- "Itcgixtor- lond" Conference with Fiiyi-lte. Each team was presented with n 24 inch trophy by the Oelwein Daily Register, sponsors of the summer high school cnnfcmuv. Other teams in the league were: Oelwein Sacred llea, t. ' Independence, Sumner, West Union, and - _ _ i Arthritis day clinic At Waterloo hospital The Iowa Chapter Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation has announced that August 28 will be "Arthritis Day" at the diagnostic, physical and occupational therapy clinic at Allen Hospital in Waterloo. The clinic was established by the Iowa Chapter Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation in cooperation with other health agencies and civic groups. 'Hie purpose of the clinic is to serve those persons suffering from arthritis who are financially unable to pay for private medical care. The clinic charges range from three dollars to free per treatment according to the person's ability to pay. The organzation has urged all persons who feel they qualify for treatment at the clinic to write to one of the following: Mrs. Donald M. Graham, 123 Hamshire Road, Waterloo, Iowa; Mrs. Joe Dykeman, Family Service League, 'Cw n- n.u..i»j o^. .!„ Duiiumg, waterloo; or the Iowa Chapter Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, 43- IGVi Southwest Ninth Street, Des Moines 15, Iowa. The individual should state his name, address, and the fact that he would like to make an appointment at the clinic. This information will be referred to a case worker who will contact those individuals requesting un appointment; and if they qualify, an appointment will be made. The Arthritis Chapter stated that a large response is anticipated and suggests that requests be sent as soon as possible. The diagnostic clinic which is conducted once a month is stuffed by rheumutolog- ists, and August 28 will be devoted primarily to arthritis patients. Strawberry Point. Oelwein took advantage of four Curd e.rors in the first two innings and built up an early M) lead which was more than they needed. They added one in each the fourth and fifth inning for their seven runs on eight hits. Fayette knocked on the scoring door several times but iimltln't come through with the big blow to drive a run across. In the second inning with the bases loaded and only one out, a rally failed. Runners were left stranded in the third and fourth frames. Again in the sixth the Cu-cls loaded the bases, but failed to si-ore. Fayt-tte left eight men on base. During the contest, the Cards gathered six hits, doubles by Don Timmerman and Larry Williams and singles by Jim Timmerman, Ron Zimmerman, Bob Hubbell, and Tom Butters. Jim Timmerman went the distance on the mound, suffering only his second loss of the season. He has won six. Final Standings Won Lost Fayette 10 Oelwein 10 West Union - North - 8 Independence G Sumner ...._ 5 Oelwein SH 2 Strawberry Point 0 2 2 4 6 6 10 11 Pet. .833 .833 .667 .500 .455 .167 .000 B. P. W. group to Meet in Fayette Mrs. Marian Jones, Malve-n, Iowa, president of the Iowa Fed- e.-ution of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. announces there wjll 'be" a'Leadership CliqfeggSfa in Fayette on Satur- dByjjaEW^Sunday, August 11-12. This? clinic is one of four being held in"^he State during.^he latter part„» j. j,- • «.;J * u.. jfcil.- »*-Aaguati- The clinic is planned to aid in leadership training, and Is open to all working women in adition to women in Iowa Business and Professional Women's Clubs. The clinic will cover various phases of organizational work, personal de velopment, public relations, public speaking and good grooming. Style shows presenting approved dress for the working woman will be presented at each clinic. Miss Beverly Quinn of Waterloo, State Federation Promotion chairman will conduct the clinic, assisted by Mrs. Jones and other state officers and chairman in their respective fields. The clinic will open at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at Upper Iowa university and close at 3:30 p. m. on Sunday. Lutherans break ground For new church addition A ground breaking ceremony for a $1.1,000 building addition was a part of the morning service at Grace Lutheran church, Fayette, on Sunday August 5. Participating in the service were the chairman of the congregation, Arnold Meth; members of the building committee, D. Albert, Eldred Dummermuth, H. Huebner, E. W. Maurer, L. L. Meyer, and the Rev. Norman Betke. The addition to be built on the south end of the present church will provide class rooms for Christian education, a new entrance to the church, over-flow seating for the nave of the church, a church office, and a small lounge for use of Upper Iowa university students. Plans for this addition were in- itiated over a year ago when the increased Sunday School enrollment indicated u definite need for expansion. In his sermon Rev. Betke traced the history of the building program and encouraged the people to accept the challenge similiar to the one given by the Prophet Nehemiah to "Arise and Build." "God has blessed the preaching of the Gospel here so that our 20th anniversary year has also become a year of building at Grace church," Rev. Betke said. "Our beautified and expanded house of worship is our contribution to the ever-growing list of improvements taking place in our Fayette community." ington; Gertrude Duckett Stewart, gil W. Fish, Helen M.Larson, Wau- Aurora;: Mildred Peterson Gaulke, •""" ««""»•>** *™ v.ehator citv: To be at court house A representative of (he Social Security Administration District office in Waterloo will be in West Union at the Court House on August 14 and 28 from 9 a. m. to 11:00 a. m., according to Earl T. Johnson, District Manager. Persons who prefer may call at the district office in Waterloo which Is located in room 702 of the Cedar Rapids; Doris Clark Lewis, .Central City; Vlora Cornell Kirkwood, Coggon; Gloria Jeanne Wise, Corwith; Lucy Harbach Freeze; Winona M. Sutton, Delhi; LucUe Rose Hallett, Dow City; Richard A. Bisgrove, Earville; Ruth Craft kon; Bonnleta Fye, Webster City; Arnold L. Langner, West Liberty; Alice M. Anderson, West Union; Joanne Eloy Haack, WUliamsburg; Gernice E. Kerns, Winthrop; Nancy Sue Morrison, Greensburg, Ind.; Eileen Fay Richardson, Winona, Minn. vrouui, ou rcop Bwuhc vuwtj cmi* ( WHICH ut iwaieu «» IWMH *v« uf uip 14 fewer errors than their oppon- ; Black Hawk Building, W. 4th anil ents. As a team the Cards hit .285 and their oppontntes hjt .186. ; In summary, Coach Kramer stated, "I owe a great deal of thanks to the parents and employe- Commercial Sta. The number is 234-1554. telephone LEFT FOR DAKOTA Mr. and Mrs. Vic Dahl JeftThurs- MEMBERS OP, ,, v .,,-.~ , . . . es of the boys that played this day for Flandreau, South Dakota, Grace Lutheran Church, Sunday, Uff |» fly*U" $ year. The boys had many, 'many * due to illness of Mrs. Dahl's mo- Albart, E. W. Maurtr, U. L. Meyer* Arnold Hem< hours of practice this gumroer ther, Mable Lee. ber of the, committee, but wot n«l preterit when trw flcturt WM UKM, BUILDING COMMITTEE «r« «ho

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