Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 3
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Fayette, Iowa
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MAYNARD NEWS VOLUME 1,||NUMBER 27 . —. MAYNARD NEWS MAyNARD,flOWA JUNES, 1957 Published weekly in tho interest Maynard as a purl of the FayeUc sponsored and promoted by the M this page. DONALD L. KIMBALL JOSEPHINE BOKCHEKT MAX BARNHOLT MRS. FRANK CUMMINGS JAMES SHAFFER of the people and merchants of County Leader. This section is aynard businesses advertising un Publisher Editor Printing Foreman Correspondent Advertising Manager READERS! PATRONIZE THESE ADVERTISERS! THEY MAKE POSSIBLE THE OF YOUR MAYNARD NEWS. WEEKLY PUBLICATION Fred Took, son of Mr. and Mis William A. Tock, has left for service in the air force. He xvill be .stationed at San Antonio, Tex • • • • • Byrd Rathbun, Gold field, a former Maynard resident, was in town Saturday calling on friends. * « * • Mi's. Cleyton (Grace) Morse, Long Beach, Calif., is here for a two-weeks visit with her mother. Mrs. Charlotte Ranney, and other relatives. « » « * Diana Lynn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Schv.'aiv., was baptized Sunday, May li(i, at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arthur, Marshalltown, were over Sunday guests, May 20, in the home other brother, Ed W. Meyer. • * « * Week-end guests in the Dr. C. C. Hall home were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hoth and family, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allman and family left Saturday to spend the summer at Clear Lake. -Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foss visited from Saturday until Monday, May 25-27, in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Richard Otto, Burlington, Wis. Sunday guests in the James Levering ton home (May 25) were Mr. and Mrs. August Joahn of Emmctsburg. The ladies were girlhood chums. * • • • « » Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Payne, Tacoma, Wash., were recent guests of their cousins, Mrs. Golda Fullmer and Mrs. Harold Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Sul.r attended the wedding of their nephew, OrviJle Hum-mill ler, and Lorutta Meritt, at Arispe Iowa Sunday, May 26. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoth, Dumont, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hoth, Fort Dodge, and their families were Sunday guests in the parental Henry Hoth home. They also observed their mother's birthday anniversary, which 'was Monday, May 27. Oscar Gilley is convalescing at his home since being released from the Oetwein hospital Sunday, May 26. * • * « Mrs. Essie McMaster returned home last week (May 28) from Freeport, 111., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. LaVerne Sturch. Mrs. Evelyn Arthur, Mrs. Harold Arthur, Mrs. Lois Sorg and Mrs. Frances Wammack were in Iowa City one day last week to see the latter's mother, Mrs. Bertha Rich, who is a siu'gical patient in the University hospital there. Mrs. Grace Burdiek-Ashcraft, El Monte, Calif., came Saturday, June 1, for a visit with Mrs. Maude Whittenbaugh and other friends. Oscar Sykes was honored Friday afternoon when members of the Booster club gathered at the postoffice as a courtesy marking his retirement as assistant postmaster. Paul Harrison, on behall of the group, presented him a gifl in appreciation of his 15 years oi service to the community in that capacity. SPECIAL THIS WEEK PICNIC TABLES $13.75 SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER CO. MAYNARD. IOWA mother. UK Mrs. M. Nydei-. ipast week Nell Gray. Mis. Maude Whittenbaugh visited from Saturday, May 25, until the following Wednesday in the home of )]cr daughter, Mrs. Paul Artis, I>.s Moines. Her daughter • nd sons. Hilly and Gregory returned lu'iv with her for the remainder of the week. Other ijuesls in her home on Memorial lay were her son, Adrian Radt- naker, and family, Rcnwick. iim | Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turney, Oel- Relatives from out of town who were here to attend the funeral services for the late H. H. Nicholson, Tuesday, May 2G, included the following: Mrs. Tenna Mc- •awley and Mi-, and Mrs. Les MeCubbin, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerdes, Mr. and Mrs. [•'rands Gerdes, Jesup; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gerdes, Independence; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gerdes and eorge G e r d e s, Minneapolis, Mum.; Mr. and Mrs. Vern Klatz- bach, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Atkins, Chenola, 111.; Mrs. Mildred Hoffman, Peoria', .; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holdridge and children, Ames, MIT. and Mrs. I3ud Nicholson and Howard Nicholson, Wheally, Ontario, Canid;!. The following friends were also present: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miller, New London; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhoades, Cedar Falls; and Mrs. Dale Kelley, In- lupun,l..n,.»: M,.,.. Ollio Kellev Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Morcy, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holmstroin, Mr. and Mrs. Albin Holmstroin, all of Hazk'ton; Mrs. Charles Blunt and Mrs. Bob Safety, Cedar Rapids; Joe Blunt, Waterloo; Mr and Mrs. Ed Blunt and Mr. and Mrs. Clement Arthaud, Oelwein Society Meetings Scheduled For the Month Of June Maynard (S|:Hrial) June 1 — Society meeting scheduled for the month of June include the following: Meeting at the Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon. June 5. at . 1 :.'<0 p.m. was the Helping Hand society with Mrs. Don Lowry, Mrs. Florence Lowiy and Mrs. Kenneth Schrader as hostesses. The program leader was Mrs. John Ingels using the t(>I)ie "Everyday People Ready 1'or God's Work". Mrs. Fred Turner will entertain the Martha circle of the Women's Society of Christian Service at her country home Thursday afternoon. June (i. The Esther circle will meet the same afternoon with Mrs. William 1'ock and Mrs. Homer Bunn will >pen her home to members and ijuesls uf the Ruth circle, also on Thursday. Mrs. Frank Lockard and Mrs. Russell Lockard will have charge >f the program for the Ladies Aid society of the St. Paul's Luth•ran church when it meets in Unsocial rooms on Thursday altei- •ioon, June (i. Un the serving com- nittee will be Mrs. John Schrader, Mrs. Wallace Steffen. Mrs. Km -si Miehe and Mrs. Karl Judas. The Eve guild of the Helping iiand society will be guests of Mrs. Marvin Ingels Thursday eve- ling, June (i. Florence Patridge will lead in the study of the esson on "Work of the Church n the Cities". On Wednesday, June 12, at 2. p.m. the W.S.C.S will meet at .he Methodist church with Mrs. Elmer Miller and Mrs. Elmer Klink as worship and program .eaders. Hostesses will be Mrs. Sam Holmes, .Stella Knight, Mrs. Hugh Armentrout and Dr. B. A. Hall. Mrs. Alfred Knief, chairman of the Junior Mission Band, will have charge of the program for the Women's Missionary Society meeting at the St. Paul's Lutheran church on Thursday afternoon, June la. The topic is "Fervent in leaflet - Ruth Discovers the J.M. Spirit, Serving the Lord". The B. - will be usefl uLsn • » * » The Deborah guild of the Holfping Hand society will be entertained Wednesday afternoon, June 19, in the home of Mrs. Maynard Menefee. Mrs. B. W. Patsey will be hostess to the Hebekan guild the same afternoon. Maynard Juniors To State Meetings "Mary Hoquo! Mavn.inl (Special! I,,in\ .leaner, .-.on of Mr. aiul Mi . Dm, aid Jeaiies. has bei n selected i>v the local post of the Ann-near, l.i glon to atti-nd Hoy.-' Stale at Cain/) l_>o;h,'e, De.s .Mi»De.-.. Ji;j>/ '--!i. and Mary Anne Hoqurt. daughter of Mr. and Mr.; Don aid Rinjiie;, was chnsen l,\- |j> t auxiliary to all.-ml ll.iwkeye (iir!.-. 1 Stale a! Iowa Slale Teach The topic for Mtlily a) !))/• .Ju;jc -I) ineeLing ol the .lunior Misr.ion Iiand at the St. Paul's l.u'lier.in i-luiieh will lie "The Mil] m \',. u (iliinea" and will lie in eiiaii;e ol Herlue Recki'iciniiiei Tip 1 (JIMV-T and MTijjlmv will I" by .Inn Wil- tenburg and Linda Lock.ml will lell (he stoiy of (be evening. Members will ansu-ei roll call Inflaming an important woman ot the Bible. On the sewing commiMee will I) n 'I'rotler. Linda Scballer, Wayne- Weg- r, Marilyn Thomas anil Donnie Mrs. A. M. Gantenbein will open her home Friday afternonn. June 7, to the regular meeting of (lie Ladies Cemetery association. Co-hostesses will he Mrs. B. W. Patsey and Mrs. Stella Glew. ers' college. Cedar Falls, June 1(5-22. Both Larry and Mary Anne have just completed their junior years in the Maynard Consolidated school and were selected for this honor in cooperation with school authorities. Larry has bee n one of the first •tnni; in baseball and served as president of the FFA. Extra cur- licular activities for Mary Anne include being a member of the Larry Jeanes Hi-Lite staff, the annual staff, I 1 '. 11 A. teenage drivers' club an:l (fie pep club. She also played laskethall. softhall and took part m the junior play. Harlan Township NRG 4-H Girls' Maynard (Special) May 211 Pnrgram numbers at the regular meeting of the Harlan township NRG -I- Mgirls' club Monday evening. May 21. included several -onus, demonstrations and discussions. The 2(i girls present joined in Dinging the opening number, "The Star S| angled Banner", and answered roll call by naming "My Favorite Color". The listening numbers, "Mill On the Rhine" and "Fire Down Below" were given Iiy Ann Gilmer and Judy PalnVM, respectively. Domonsirations included .>;>.• •.•., "How To Sew On Hook.- and Eyes" by Mary Lang, one on "Making Buttonholes" by Geral- clinc Berry, and "How To Sew On Buttons" by Vicki Werden. Alici.- Ingels demonstrated "Joining the Waist to the Skirt" and "Collars" was the topic discussed by Hosa lee Hare and Bessie Lundry. Rosalee Hare, Henee Lang, Ramona Pliesler and Judy I'.il- mer were named as the voting committee for the cotmly !•!! Rally Day program at Faye.te Saturday, June 1. The aninril M<nho.r-D;\ughter to scheduled fur .Turn Community hall. Co-hostesye.s for were Judy Palmer. Knief and Ramona I has been PAGE 4 JUNE 6, 1957 ' FAYETTE COUNTY LEADER lie ni' Marv l.mi MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE COMPLETE PROCESSING Phone — 65 "Nof when 1 can sit at home and pay by checkl The postman makes the rounds for me." OPEN YOUR TIME-SAVING CHECKING ACCOUNT HERE, Maynard Savings Bank. Maynard and Hazleton Iowa. Stop in and ask us about our Personlized Check book FREE. Maynard Maynard Savings Bank Hazelton For the June Bride, to select from. 2 PC Bed-Room Set with Book Case Head, in Walnut and Blond Mahogany. Also Box and Inner Spring Mattress at Prices that are right. Breakfast Set in Chrome and Wrought Iron. (See Them) DELSJNG FURNITURE Phone 7509 Maynard, la. ;£&:&£:£&:!::£!::K&:::&:»:::»:;::::::^ SPRAYING TIME Get your spraying needs at our store. 2-4D Ester 2-4D Amine CENTURY SPRAYERS will spray more acres per hour with fewer refills. It is ready for instant use and easily attached. Use for weeds, insects and liquid fertilizers. Amino Triazole — Effective on Canadian Thistles Ester 400 — Very effective on brush and heavy wooded stem weeds. 25% DDT DON'T MISS THE GIGANTIC, GALA AND FUN-FILLED FAYETTE COUNTY DAIRY FESTIVAL To Be Held At The City Park & Community Hall In Maynard Iowa On TUESDAY NITE, JUNE 11th It's the 1957 Fayette County June Dairy Month and here's a terrific evening all planned for you including delicious dairy foods (all you can eat), an interesting dairy speech, judging of the Dairy Princess PLUS an evening of dancing. Just look at the program of events scheduled for you and your family to enjoy .... *§**""""•" al I 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. DAIRY SMORGASBORD In The Maynard City Park[l All You Can Eat Don'l miss this! You can come back as oflen as you wish for more delicious dairy foods. This alone is well worth the admission price. 8:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. An Interesting, And Enleriaing Humorous Dairy Speech by Professor J. F. Hays Michigan State University You'll laugh wilh him. you'll learn from him as Prof. Hays | gives his speech. Judging Of The COUNTY DAIRY PRINCESS This event will lake place in tho Community Hall just bo- fore the dance. Be on hand to cheer for your favorite contestant. 9:45 p.m. DANCE To The Music Of Terresa's Toe Ticklers Climax tho big evening wilh Jho fun of dancing at the Community Hall. Your friends will be there too: ill You Get All Of This For Only (yes, and this low price really does include ALL of the events) $1.00 per Person (or) $2.00 per Family CENTURY TRACTOR SPRAYERS Both Boom and Gun type HUDSON HAND SPRAYERS Maynard Co-operative Co. Maynard, Iowa Yes, for an evening jammed full of food and fun for the entire family, be sure to be in Maynard on Tuesday night, June llth, for the county-wide Dairy Festival. You'll be glad you came! With children under tree with parents. 18 111 Tickets Will Be On Sale At The Gate Fayette County Dairy Promotion Association A Non-Profit Organization Designed to Promote The Dairy Industry Of Fayette County IN CASE OF RAIN All Events Will Be Held In The Community Hall iiiW!iiHKHiiii:!iiW

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