Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 3, 1957 · Page 3
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Fayette, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
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MAYNARD NEWS VOLUME V [NUMBER 30 MAYNARD, MAYNARD NEWS Published weekly in the Maynard as a part, of ihi sponsored ami piomoted by this pajie. DONALD L. KIMBALL MAX BARNHOLT MRS. FRANK C.UMM1NGS interest of the people ;md merchants Kuyette County Leatler. This section Maynard businesses advertising Publisher Printing Foreman Correspondent READERS! PATRONIZE THESE ADVERTISERS! THr,Y MAKE POSSIBLE THE WEEKLY PUBLICATION 01 YOUH MAYNARO NEWS. Rev. Kumpf To Observe 45th Year As Minister Maynard (Special) - On Sunday. June ;ui, thv congregation ol the Si. Paul's Lutheran church of/served the -15th anniversary of tin- ordination of its pastor, the Rev. II p. Kumpf. Both morning and al'lcniooii services were prepared in honor of that event. A son, the Rev. Harold C. Kumpf, Maijuuketa, conducted the moniini; services. The afternoon program to which the public was invited began at li p.m. following the picnic dinner ;,t the Ciimmunily hall. He coine.s from a family whose record of .service to the church would be hard to match. It includes, besides his father and son, four brothers: the late E. C. KuiH,)f who died in l!), r ir>; (he Rev. F. C'. Kumpf, Johnson. Neb.; the Rev. C. J. Kumpf, Ashkuin, 111., and the late P. J. Kumpf who died in 1951. The future plans of the Rev. Mr. Kumpf include his n-tire- melit from the active ministry in the near future. New Youth Fellowship Officers Installed Maynard (Special; — Newly elected officers of the Methodist Youth Fellowship were installed by Don Miller, past president, when it met Sunday evening, June 1!H. They are Marilyn Gii- IIIIT. IVesidenl; Allan Roquet, vice president; and Margaret Eld- ndge, secretary-treasurer. Mr. and Mr.v William Stephens are the leaders for the new church year. Guests of the j;rou,p were their parents a'i(l members of the adult Bible study class. Shirley Paul, Ralph Nefzger Married Haul, Ever Ralph Mrs. The former Shirley daughter of Mr. and Mr ett Paul, Maynard, ant Ncf/ger. son of Mr. and John Ncf/gcr, Eurlville, were married Saturday, June 15. at Delhi. The 10 a.m. double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Lores Holmbcrg at the> St. John's Catholic church. The wedding dinner in the Earlville Town hall was followed by a reception in the hall from The bride who attended Upper Iowa University, Fayetle, has been teaching in the Earlville school. The couple are at home on a farm near Earlville. Mote* Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holmes moved Monday, June 24, into their residence just south of the Methodist church and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kupferschmid moved from the Methodist parsonage into thu residence vacated by the Holmes across the street from the schodlhnuse. • • • • • Mr. and Mrs, Charles Pippenger. their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Buirge, and two sons came Monday, June :!4, for a visit in the home of Mrs. Bertha Rich. Mrs. Pippenger and Mrs. Rich are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reinke, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuper and Mrs. Ilda Kopp are on a fishing trip at points in Wisconsin. • * • • Mrs. V. M. Perry is spending a few days in the home of her son, Arthur, and family who are moving from Kalona to North English where he will be superintendent of schools the coming year. WOUl.D'S I ()\( ! - l.uke 1'iinli ti:u Ir.iin Drli-un*, Is .1 -qn-i l.i way funili-iii linn ulilili i-oiilil be usi-J tti lit-l|> i-mpty t;u,:,'i , ii,, <lu-a,l ut alUi'klug |iUm-«. ISIUIHIK. tin- :!4-mllt- CaiiM-\\uy norlh of Now . u'.ir t-\:mi;>li- uf IH-VV til^li- M.i|> Mum, Nt-\v Origin nl-.ni.st no > Talcott - Newcomb Reunion Maynard (Special) — The Tal cott-Newcomb reunion held Sunday, June 23, in the Presbyterian church drew an attendance of 02 persons from the town of Oelwein, Elgin, Randalia, .Strawberry Point, Fayette, Alpha, La- niont, Kockford, Jefferson. Ames. Webster City, Waterloo, Maynard and Kenosha, Wis. Don H. Talcott, t!7, a life long Maynard resident now in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fran ees Upton, Jefferson, was the oldest member present and Mark Mahler, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mahler, Waterloo, the youngest. Officers elected for the li)5H reunion were Beryl Hall, Fayette. president; Frank Talcott, Webster City, vice-president; Mrs. Floyd Bark, Randalia, secretaiy- (reasurer, and 'Mrs. John Mahler, Waterloo, historian. Several from the can Legion and its local Aniei'i- auxiliary at- <->.,,I,.-I il <•„- —;->- •-- '-.i- lion of the American Legion on the court bouse lawn at West Union Wednesday evening, June 2C. Speaker for the oceassion was Lieutenant Governor William H. Nicholas. FAST FINISH Watch 'em grow , Ivil ili-frnse forces, frustrated In In «;I(.T obstacles to traltlc on > slf.'i-, i i, ill, I M-III! thousands of cars ,,vs- id,. I,,,,.,. ).,|(,. hunli-i to tin- north. «.| S ci|n-iu-il to irulllt- In August l'J5«. A PHEACHEH'S LIFE But, he must slay and do In- Take.-: hardly lime to eat o 'Till again he'-, called lo ..ihi \~oikm;; .mil plamun.u thi So, preachers com Why tin.-, nni.-.t I Unless, |ien-hanei-. Tis hard In ;,] So here's to tin- preacher they're calling away. Also to tin new one ciuniiiH today. We'll liivi- him and help him JUM all we can "I 1 .-, great plan. By J .T. Parke Building the Km.;dom, G To Insure Top Market With Rev. Walter Dimmlich and Family Honored Maynard (Special) Members of the Methodist congregation ning as a farewell courtesy for the Rev. Walter Dimmlich and family. The program as announced !>y Mrs. Henry K.'ippiiK'yor consisted of musical numbers, readings and talks. In addition to the opening anil closing songs by the group there was a vocal duel "Whispering Hope", by l.aRayne and iiieiida llurd; a vocal trio "Silver Lining" by William Stephens, Cleo Cumberland and Kichard Tuck, and a spiritual, "Deep Rivei", by La- Rayne Hurd. Three poems were read by Mrs, William.Tock, and Mrs. F.ai I Fo^s read an original poem written by J. T. Parke. This was followed by a piano solo, "Amd Lang Syne" by Mrs. John Thiele who also was accompanist for all musical numbers. "Footprints On tin. 1 Sands of Time" was the theme of the talk by Dr. C. C. Hall after which he presented a gift from the congregation to the Dimmlich family. The Rev. Mr. Oimmlich rc- .-.ponded with a farewell message. Mrs. Foss and Dr. B. A. Hall were „. ...^ * •.iiiiaiiinciii. lame during the social hour. The Dimmlich family which has served the Arlington and May/iard churches the past seven years has been transferred to the Eldora charge. the Iowa traffic accident rate during the first few months the speed limit is in effect. They say this reaction has been noted in nearly every state when a highway speed limit went into operation. The reason lies in the attitude some drivers take toward the speed limit. Some drivers who normally drive slower than 60 at night will somehow feel that the new speed limit means they should drive 60 all the time at night. As a result, they will start driving faster than they do now and some accidents will result. Actually, of course, the new speed limit does not mean anyone has to drive (50 at night. It just means you cannot drive any faster. Another group of drivers will take the speed limit as a challenge. They will consitenlly drive faster than (iO at night just to see if and for how long they can elude the patrol. This, too, will result in some accidents. After a few months, however, safety officials say a general acceptance and understanding of the speed limit will start to decrease the accident rate. Cub Scouts Have Training Session Maynard (Special) — "The Cub Scout Achievement Plan" and "Conducting A Den Meeting" were the two topics studied with A. W. Hyman, Oelwein cub master, as discussion leader when approximately ;iO cub scouts and den mothers met in a training session on Cub Scouting at the Community hull Friday evening, June 21. Assisting in the discussion was Dr. Robert Juggard, Oelwein, .Montega district commissioner. Two film strips were shown illustrating the proper procedure and methods of working with boys from eight to 10 years of age. Also present were Montega district Si-outers from both Fayette and Buchanan counties. Refreshments were served by the Maynard Cub Pack 74, host unit. Harlan Township NRG 4 H Girls Maynard ('Special) — The Harlan township NHG 4 II girls were hostesses ;it their third annual Mother-Daughter tea at the Community Hall Tuesday afternoon, June 25, with approximately 50 attending. The program opened with the •t-H pledge by the members, the pledge to national flag by all present and a Welcome by Lois Woods, club president, lo which her mother responded on behalf of the guests. Program numbers included a talk by Cieraldine Berry on "What a -l-H girl should look for By Bob Hullihan The Iowa Highway Patrol will be/jio enforcement of the state's new liO mile-per-hour nighttime :,p ,-cd limit July 4th. On that date, and thereafter, it will be nli gal to drive faster than GO at night on the open highways in Iowa. Strange as il may seem, safety officials expect a slight rise, in !jliiii|jj:::iiiiiis^ KENT GOLD STRIKE 41 Drylot __ Pasture 1750 Ibs. 250 Ibs. 12.2% P&uture . 1850 Ibs. 150 Ibs. 10.6% ForPigsSOlbs.tolSOlbs. Ground or Shelled Corn 1700 Ibs. Kent Gold Strike 41 300 Ibs. Approx. Protein 13% For Hog» 150 Ibs. to Market Dry tot Ground or Shelled Corn 1800 Ibs. Kent Gold Strike 41 200 Ibs. Approx. Protein 11.4% SELF - FEED OR FOR MIXING Maynard Co-operative Co. Maynard, Iowa HMBHWWM^^^ Jes to be used on these fabrics" wa.s discussed by Barbara Schrader; and Alice Ingvls and Margaret Ehlridge demonstrated, "Appropiate accessories for a dress". Other numbers were a ipiano solo by Bessie Lundry, suggestions and demonstrations on "How to get out of a burning house alive" were made by Marilyn Clilmer and Komona Pliester discussed "The control of insects and bugs which invade the home". Mothers present included Mrs. Ray Lundry, Mrs. William Eldridge, Mrs. Georg-e Huisman, Mrs. Iliilph Gilmer, Mrs. Erwin Schrader, Mrs. Charles Wei-den, Mrs. Alfred Knief, Mrs, Gerald Berry, Mrs. Paul Harvey, Mrs. H. P. Kumpf, Mrs. Ralph Pliesler, Mrs. Gene Brownell, Mrs. Earl Arthur, Mrs. Raymond Lang, Mrs. Wai-, ter Parsons, Mrs. Harold Hare, and Mrs. Ernest Bachman. Other guests included Mrs. Merle Bovis, Fayette county homes economist; Mrs. Wesley E. Alshouse, Strawberry Point, and Mrs. Jackwalton, Maquoketa, former club members; and Mrs. Frank Cummings, a former 4-H leader. Buy Your POLE BUILDINGS At Home From the Folks You Know ! ! COMPLETELY ERECTED . . . By Our Own Experienced £ £ p Builders FOR ONE LOW PRICE! Includes All Materials & Construction Cost Use Our Easy Payment Plan and FREE Planning Service! Spahn & Rose Lumber Co. Rev. Herbert L. Bryant Conducted His First Service Here Maynard (Special) — The Rev. Herbert L. Bryant who was recently appointed to the pastorate of the Maynard and Arlington Methodist churches conducted his first service here Sunday morning, June 23. The Rev. Mr. Bryant served as a chaplain in Germany while in service overseas. After his discharge in 1953 he was assigned as pastor of the Methodist congregation at Plainfield where he has been the past four years. | He is married and has one son and two daughters; Steven, 1C, Carolynne Josephine, 12, and Patricia 'Faye, 11. The family moved into the Methodist parsonage on Wednesday, June 20. Cegion Auxiliary ~ Active In Community Maynard (Special) — Mrs. Fred Schwarz, president of the American Legion auxiliary, unit 245, of the Lundbye-Carpenter post has given an interesting summary of the many activities carried out by the various committees dur-. ing the year which closed June 29 as follows: The membership committee made up by Mrs. Delbcrt Glew, Mrs. Tom Samuelson, Mrs. Adolph Kuennen and Mrs. Hugh Ar- menlrout were able to reach the membership quoto for the year by Oct. 20, 1950. There are now 56 members and two junior members. The Rehabilitation committee with Mrs. Walter Suhr as chairman sent requested Christmas gifts to the Gift shop at the Veterans' hospital, Iowa City, and canteens to veterans who had no family to remember them at the holiday season. This committee also supplied valentine favors for the same hospital, made cash donations and sent do~ens of cookies to the Mental Health institute at Independence as well as assisting with the Birthday party for the veterans at the institute in January 1957. According to Mrs. C. H. Wil- emssen, chairman of the Child Welfare committee, the unit sent packages to a sponsored child at ten wood on special days of the year and contributed requested terns to an assigned child. This •ommitlee was responsible for a lealth program with a special speaker on mental health and for he collection of 270 pounds of clothing which was sent to Save he Children Clothing project. The unit assisted with commu- lily activities by helping with the drives for funds for cancer •eseairh, the March of Dimes and : or the Sister Kenny work with Liolio as well as contributing to ill as a milt. Tin- group served the Colonial linner, a community project for nany years, and the Community Athletic banquet. Mrs. Earl Foss was chairman of this committee. The poppy chairman, Mrs, David Parsons, reported an increase in sales over the previous vear; that be/uquets of /poppies .vc-re place;', in each of the local churches on the Sundays preceding Veterans' day and Memo- i-ial day; and that wreaths were made [or the American Legion and crosses decorated for the 'Memorial day services. A girl was sent to Hawkeye iris' State with all expenses paid by the unit, according to Mrs. Robert Arthur, chairman of that committee. The girl sent gave a report at a recent meeting. The Education and Awards cumiuitlee of which Mrs. William 1'ock is the chairman gave pub- i; ; t .. *„ *.j • - - -f t" "b* win ol the auxiliary and presented cash citizenship awards to a deserving boy and a girl of the 8th irade at the Awards' day program at the close of school. Under the Constitution and By-laws program a school of instruction was conducted during the year by the president, Mrs. Selnvarx. The manuel of ceremonies was used at all meetings and a "Blue Book" quiz was held at one meeting. The unit had representation at the county school of instruction, at the county, the district and the department meetings. Chaplain, Mrs. Clyde Renfrew, reported a memorial given for a deceased veteran of the local post and assistance given the family at time of death. A Gold Star tea was held with Mrs. Floyd Gilley as chairman of the project and a gift and corsage presented each Gold Star mother, sister and daughter. Mrs. Charles Wei-den led the Cheer committee in remembering members who were ill with a special auxiliary card and small enclosed gift. The publicity throughout the year was in charge of Mrs. A. F. Bergman and consisted of sending reports on all unit meetings and special activities to the newspapers. All programs were opened by all singing the national anthem and closed with America. The unit participated in all other phases of auxiliary work to the best of its ability and assisted the Legion members in any way possible. MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE COMPLETE PROCESSING Phone — 65 'COMPLETE ONE PIECE BUILDING SERVICE OR A CARLOAD" iiiKriiriiiiiiiniHiiBininaiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiK^ Now that Summer has arrived you can enjoy a nice comfortable Chair out on the Lawn or Porch. We have them in the High Back Rocker and Swivel, or just straight Rocker in the Smaller Size. Something that can give you real resting comfort. We have them in various coverings and at various Prices. ilUJJH SEE THEM A T DELSINGS DELSING FURNITURE Phon» 750» Maraud, U. IHilillllllilUllillillllililiililiillililliiiiillHiliiiiiiiiiiHii'iiiiiiHIIiUliiillilllllillllliiUIUIIIlllUiUUUiUliUUUl

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