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Leader Press (Newspaper) - September 7, 1972, Fayette, Iowa Dept et Ac Congressman John seeking reelection in the second congressional district of the House of spent two hours in Fayette last Wednesday evening visiting informally with friends and supporters at a backyard picnic hosted by and Braulie Answering questions from the fifty guests Culver discussed the problem of tax reform at some stating he would like to see full congressional hearings on the various tax loopholes now News Briefs COIN SHOW AT WADENA The annual Coin Show at Wadena will be held Sunday from to in the Legion Coin dealers will be onhaud to or There will also be display tables for rocks and Door prizes will be awarded every hour and lunches will be PLEASANT RIDGE HORSE SHOW The fourth annual horse show of the Pleasant Ridge Driving Club will be held Sunday at the Howard Cushion two miles south of Fayette and miles east of Highway Twentythree classes and events are scheduled for the program which begins at Trophies and ribbons will be awarded in each SALUTE TO RAY CRUISE A Salute to Ray will be held 16 aboard the River boat Julien with and Ray as Special attractions for the evening cruise will be a Dixieland band and the Everyday Child a vocal Further information and tickets are available from Laura EGGS AND ISSUES LUNCHEON Advance tickets are now available irom the West Union Chamber of Commerce for an Eggs and Issues Luncheon scheduled 12 at Guest speakers wUl be William Democratic can didate for lieutenant governor and Arthur Luncheon chairman is Democratic candidate for the Iowa This Week in Fayette All civic and social organizations of Fayeite are invited to list their meetings and activites in this weekly Please call the LEADER by 4 rru Monday to be American 8 Legion Hall Chamber of Upper Iowa College getacquainted Big Rock Fire Department 9 American Legion FHS football at UIC School of at Oel S 7 5 9 10 11 12 14 Coin Ugioa School noon to city hall dents office Senior Citizens poduck Sefcool noon to S ml Teacfaec Paieat Fayene to T Maitipurpose toom Extension otgaoizarioQ room Upper fowa College Anaericaa panluek at EwJjB BttpeK Moone LEADER PRESS q consolidation of the fayette leader and the west central press SEPTEMBER LEADER IOWA 52142 VOLUME NUMBER 36 Station House Fund Raising Begins With Firemans Dance School Elections 11 For West Central School board elections are scheduled for in both the Fayette and the West Central School In the terms of Presi dent Dob Anthony and director Richard Adams Both Teachers Treat Parents to Dinner The faculty of layette Com munity Schools is again inviting the parents of its students to din ner on from to 7 The first of these dinners was held a year ago to help parents become better acquainted with the teaching and administration Following the in the multipurpose room the class rooms will be opened to the Later the school person nel will be individually introduc ed to the parents in a short pro gram in the PEACOCKS OPEN SEASON SATURDAY The Upper Iowa Peacocks will kick off their football sea son Saturday evening in Oelwein in a special preseason game with South Dakota School of Rapid Kickoff time is 8 at Husky Tickets ate now on sale and can be purchased in advance from the Oelwein Chamber of Commerce office or they can be purchased at the Proceeds from the contest will go to the U1C Athletic are running for reelection and face no In the West Central directors Bob Bergman and Merle Meyer are running for reelection with no All the candidates will have threeyear Flection hours will be noon to 8 at the following loca tions in city hall for West Community Hall in and the WRC hall in Kandalia and the West gate Continuing in office are Fay ette directors Don Glen Bennington and Bernard Pattison for West president Glen Marvin Seegers and Melvin Churches Make Schedule Changes Schedule changes for the United Methodist and Grace Lutheran beginning this have been At the Methodist the James Dale said Sunday school will be held at with the church worship services following at The church choir will meet weekly on Wednesdays at 7 Persons interested in joining the choir are invited to Sunday school at the Grace Lutheran church is held at each Sunday with church services at Pastor Don Berg of Oelwein has been named as vacancy paston until a permanent pastor is e UIC Registration Fox Seasons OpenMondaY Tuesday Seasons on and fox will open re poets Iowa Conservation officials The reason on grey and fox will run to L There are no shooting The bag limit u sue with a possession limit of The entire state u Cottontail and jackxabbit seasons will ion to Shooting aie from ID 8 Toe bag limit M vuh QO posaossioo The entire state u Tbe season on gpey aodi tac will ran to IbKe no afiwumiag or pauaesafioai state it Registration fat the flnt se mester of the 191273 academic year at Upper Iowa College will be held on Monday and H and freshmen students will register from 2 to on Monday in the Dormau Memorial while uppetclass men will register on Tuesday from 8 to 3 Late cegtftiatioa will be per mitted until alrhougji a late registration fee will be Pewora wiafaing to tegfctec for fim time at trie college contact Fundraising for the new Fay ette Fire station begins tomorrow evening with the annual Fire mans Dance at the Legion The Sounds of Nashville will provide the music for beginning at 9 Tickets for the event are available from the firemen and will also be available at the The fire department is plann ing to build a twobay building capable of housing four pieces of equipment and a meet ing room on State im mediately east of Humiston The land for die station was donated by Miss Florence Humis No estimate of construction costs is but Fire Chief Gene Singer is seeking ways to raise the necessary funds to buy the materials Members of the fire department will donate their labor and services for the actual Contribu tions may be sent to the Fay ette Volunteer Fire TEACHERS GETACQUAINTED The annual getacquainted social event for businessmen and teachers will be held this even beginning at at the Big Rock Country The event is sponsored by the Fayette Chamber of Commerce and Upper Iowa All local businessmen and teachers from the college and the public school system are all invited to Music will be provided for dancing in the Watermelon Promotion Next Week Watermelon will be served at Humiston Park the afternoon of 15 ai part of Fayettei Watermelon The Chamber of Commerce sponsored event will include sidewalk sales and special bar gains in most stores in addition to the watermelon Busi nesses not holding membership in the chamber have also been invited to Serving of watermelon begfm at 1 WEATHER SUMMARY Tempera arc maximum and mintmom for 24 hoots ending at 6 Precipitation for 24 hotai at 1 loeatied is Carter prior 10 the uegbtrattoo Class iBBtnsctMjrii wiBi at em
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