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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 1

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The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Volume 48, Number 37 Thursday, September 13, 1962, Fayette, Iowa 32 Pages This Issue Clark, Fuller win School board elections In a moderately heavy vote, Monday, Sept. 10, Richard Clark won out over his four opponents to gain a seat on the Fayette Community school board. Mr. Clark is a professor at Upper Iowa university. There were 340 votes cast in all, according to Ronald Kocher, Beef producers Elect officers MAYNARD — The annual banquet of the Fayette County Beef Producers' association held at the Maynard Community hall Thursday evening. Sept. 6. was attended by 412 men and women from Clayton, Buchanan and Fayette counties. The program included talks by Fred Hatch of the Hatch Livestock Commission, Chicago, and Gail Danielson. Des Moines. secretary- of the Iowa association. On behalf of the Producers' association. Paul A. Harrison, president of the Fayette County Bankers association, presented Billy Joe Rhoades. Maynard. with the trophy for winning its junior feeder project for 1962. and Dale Halverson. board member, presented Vaughn Drewes. West Union, the trophy for having the grand champion and the reserve champion steer at the Fayette county fair in 1962. Board members elected for the coming year were Donald Hartz, Maynard: John Graham. Hawkeye: Keith James, Stanley: and Emery Wilson, Oelwein. Holdover members are Floyd Frieden, Elgin: Dale Halverson, West Union: Louis Dempster, Arlington: and Paul A. Harrison, Maynard. The reorganization meeting of the board will be on Thursday, Oct. 4, place to be announced later. Retiring members of the board are Joe Brody of Hawkeye and Henry Davis of Oelwein. secretary of the school board Eleven of the ballots were spoiled. Mr. Clark received a total of 148 votes, while his closest opponent. William Orr, received 84. Keith Himmel was next with 49 votes, followed by Ken Butters with 35 and David McGee with 13. Mr. Clark will replace Otto Finger on the board. Mr. Finger was not a candidate for re-election. In the West Central school board election. John Fuller was elected to serve, with 215 votes. Also elected were Dean Davis with 309 and Donald Fish with 227. The proposal to use $13,000 of the money now on hand in the West Central school house fund to construct and equip a school bus garage and storage shed on the school grounds in Maynard, was voted down. The vote' 4 was 239 against and 168 in favor. Another proposal, which was to set up director districts for election of directors in the West Central Community school district, with one director to be elected from each of the districts, carried. The vote was 356 in favor and 42 against. v Full schedule planned For UIU homecoming PTA MEETING SCHEDULED The first fall meeting of the Fayette Community school Parent- Teachers association will be held Monday, Sept 17, in the high schooi gym. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p. m. with a pot-luck lunch. All teachers in the Fayette Community school will be guests, and will be introduced during the evening. Cancer group to meet The Fayette County Cancer Chapter wfll meet on Sept. 19, at 7 p. m. in the Farm Bureau building at Fayette. This is a pot luck dinner for husbands, wives and all interested persons. The speaker will be Warren Mead of radio station KWWL. Parents to be guests Saturday, October 29 The annual Upper Iowa University Parents Day will be held here on Saturday, Oct. 20. Parents of all students on campus will be issued special invitations to attend the event by Dr. Eugene E. Garbee, University president. Registration for the special event will get underway at 10 a. m. in the lounge of the Zinita B. Graf hall for women. Plans are that mothers of U. I. U. students will receive a special mum corsage. The annual meeting of the Parents club will be held in the C. P. Colegrove auditorium from 11 a. m. until noon with Fred Swanson of Chicago, president, presiding. Included on the agenda will be the election of new officers. Parents of the Peacock football players will be introduced to the Parents Day crowd just prior to the game with Wartburg at 1:30 p. m. Parents of players will be seated in a special reserved section of the bleachers. Each father of a player will have a card bearing the same number as his son's football Jersey. Special half time activities are also being planned for the special celebration honoring parents. Following the football game, all parents, students and friends of the University will be invited to attend open houses at the home of President and Mrs. Garbee, and at both Zinita B. Graf and Maltbie McCosh halls. Catering service Operates cafeteria On June 4, the Prophet Company of Detroit, Mich., took over the operation of Grandma Walker's Cookie Jar cafeteria at Upper Iowa. The Prophet Company is one of the leaders in the field of quantity food service catering. They operate over 250 such services across the country. Resident manager for the operation here is Paul Gansen. Beginning this week a boarding meal ticket plan went into effect. A student holding' a meal ticket is entitled to a complete meal three times a day Monday through Saturday and breakfast and noon meal on Sunday. There will be no service Sunday evening, Gan, sen stated. A boarding student may choose one item from each menu item offered; for example a noon menu may be as follows: Chicken pot pie or club sandwich, whipped potatoes or potatoe chips, whole kernel corn or green beans, assorted salads, assorted deserts, bread, butter and beverage. Offering such a wide variety, several food production problems are encountered. For this reason substitutions will not be permitted. For example, a student may not take two deserts rather than one desert and one salad. Gansen emphasized that there will be "seconds". Students may have seconds on potatoes, other vegetables, bread and butter, as well as beverage. Seconds on hot foods may be obtained when there is a break in the serving line. Students are requested not to crash the line for seconds. For seconds on beverage, students should return with their glass or cup as there are not enough of these items to permit everyone to take two as they go through the line. This year all persons using the cafeteria will be required to return their soiled dishes to the dish return window. Due to limited During meal periods only the east entrance will be used This is being done to remove the congestion from the cafeteria dining room and to allow more persons to be seated at one time. The passage way to the dish return window should be kept open at all times. Student meal tickets are for individual use only. If it is found that a student ticket is being misused, the student stands the risk of a substantial financial loss. The meal tickets should be kept with the student at all times as this is the means of identification for the cashier. Without a ticket, a student will have to pay the cash price of the meal Dedication of the new $305,000 Baker - Hebron Scince hall will highlight the annual Upper Iowa University Homecoming celebration here on Sautrday, October 6. The new science building will be dedicated at 9:00 a.m. with Dr. Tlugh Parker, New York, class of 1916, as the dedicatory speaker. The Homecoming activities will get underway at 6:30 p.m. Friday, October 5, jrith the traditional bon 3 fire on the UIU campus. Members, of Alpha Psi Omega, service ernity, will be in charge of event. The bonfire wfll serve as the focal point for a student body pep rally. . The annual Homecoming parade through down town Fayette will get underway at 10:00, sum.:Saturday morning witft $75.«J ftp prizes aad" • a sweepstakes trophy being warded to the best floats. A marching band contest will also be held with the winner to receive an engraved plaque. Upper Iowa University alumni will meet for a business meeting and elect officers at 11:30 a.m. in room 102 of the Colgrove-Walker memorial building. Stuart Sears, class of 19951, will preside at the meeting. The Homecoming football game featuring the U.LU. Peacocks vs. the Simpson Redmeh will start at 1:30 pm at the Faye&e high school athletic field . A^f half time the H ed FolloWfog be a r dents, Universi dent A special Local chapter To host state Division A.A.U.W. The Fayette branch of the American Association of University Women will be hostess for the Iowa State division of A.A.U.W. at the annual fall workshop to be held on the Upper Iowa university campus Saturday, Sept. 22. Mrs. Frederic Gilstrap, national program development committee chairman, will be the main speaker. Mrs. Lawrence Schneider of Minneapolis, Minn., regional vice president, will give a regional report. Presiding officer for the workshop will be Mrs. A. H. Johnson, Ottumwa, state division president. Other state officers and board members are expected to attend Registration and coffee for the event will begin at 9 a. m., followed by various meetings and discussions. Luncheon will be served at 1 p. m. in the Colgrove- Walker memorial building, followed by afternoon reports and discussions. A.A.U.W. members are urged to contact Mrs. Charles Nairn, president of the Fayette branch, or Mrs. Richard Adams, registration chairman, for luncheon reservations. A tea and art exhibit by Miss Rachel VanCleve, head of the Upper Iowa university art department, will be featured in the Zinita B. Graf lounge following adjournment of the workshop. Mrs. Nairn will be in charge of local arrangements for the event and assisting her will be Mrs. Adams, registration; Miss Grace Meyer, coffee; Mrs. Harold Boulton, floral decorations; and Bliss Helen Turtle, tea. will be reveat- q#» ;therf will i-' : alumnj, stii- fc'l'";'. ~ oRfPresi- . , . Garbee. ,will be held in the C. P. Colgrove auditorium at 5:30 p.m. for all who wish to attend. Following the banquet, Dr. Garbee will give a progress report concerning the University. The annual Homecoming ball will begin at 9:00 p.m. with the Homecoming Queen coronation ceremony to be held at 10:00 p.m. Miss Nancy Morrison, 1961 Homecoming queen will be present to crown the new queen. The 1962 Homecoming events will end Sunday morning, October 7, with the 10:30 a.m. Homecoming Convocation to be held in the C. P. Colegrove auditorium. Miss Edna Luce, class of 1922, guidance .director for the Oskaloosa high school, will be the guest speaker. All alumni, as well as the. student body and parents and friends of the University are invited to participate in all phases of the Homecoming celebration, according to Dr. Garbee. : Upper Iowa serves As local factory Upper Iowa university is to Fayette what most factories are to other towns in this area, so far as payrolls are concerned The university has an annual payroll of over $340,000, which is paid to 83 employees. Less than 12 of the employees were original Fayette residents; the others have moved to the community to accept employment at the college, and have remained to make their homes here. Over 25 of the employees own their own homes or other property. Included on the payroll are 44 teaching faculty; 14 administrative personnel; eight custodial staff; 13 secretarial staff; and four otaers who are affiliated with the university. It does not include the 26 employees of the Prophet company who work in the cafeteria, nor the many other persons who are employed on the campus on a time basis. r i

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