DONALD L. KIMBALL MRS. FRANK OUMMINGS Publisher Correspondent READERS! FATRON1ZE THESE ADVERTISERS! WEEKLY PUBUCATION IHAYNARD COUNCIL" PROCEEDINGS July 12. 1957 Special meeting of the Town (.'ouncil of Maynard, Iowa was held at the Community Hall with members present: Mayor; Foss. Councilmen: Foss, Barnholt, Me- Koon, and Thompson. Absent; Ehlers. Meeting was called to discus the drilling of a permanent well at the sight of the newly drilled test well. Mr. Shawver" of the Shuwvt-r Well Company, Fredricksburg met with the council and told Council sufficient water was located to supply the Towns needs. Approximately 70 to 75 gallons of water was located at a depth of around 200 feet. No further business, motion by McKoon, seconded by Barnholt that meeting adjourn. Carried. Paul A. Buenneke Clerk July 17, 1957 The Town Council of the Town of Maynard, Iowa, met at 7:30 o'clock P.M. in special session, pursuant to law and the rules of said Council, the Town Hall in .said Town. The meeting was called to order by the Mayor, and the roll being called, there were present Earl Foss, Mayor, in the chair, and the following named Councilmen. John McKoon, Lester Foss, Walter Ehlers, Arthur Thompson, and Charles Barnholt. Absent. None. This being the time and place fixed in the published notice for the consideration of proposals for the purchase of §15,750.00 Town Hail Bonds, the Council proceeded accordingly. The result of the bidding was incorporated in a resolution which was introduced and caused to be read in full by Councilman Charles Barnholt under the title of "Resolution providing for the sale and award of §15,750.00 Town Hall Bonds and approving and authorizing the agreement of such sale and award". Councilman Arthur Thompson moved that said resolution be adopted; seconded iMeKoon. question on the motion and, the roll being called, the following named Councilmen voted. Aye. John McKoon, Lester Foss, Walter Ehlers, Arthur Thompson, and Charles Barnholt. Nay: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said resolution duly passed and adopted and signed his approval thereto. (Copy of said resolution attached in minute book). No further business, motion by Barnholt seconded by McKoon that meeting adjourn. Carried. 20.59 21.00 51.53 16.72 50.47 04.43 by Councilman John The Mayor put the tPaul A. Buenneke Clerk July 31. 1957 Special meeting of the Town Council of Maynard, Iowa was held at the Community Hall with members present, Mayor; Foss; Councilmen; Foss, McKoon, Thompson and Barnholt. Absent; Ehlers. Meeting was called to set the budget for the coming year. Budget set and hearing to be the 13th of August 1957 at the Maynard Community Hall. No further business motion by McKoon seconded by Barnholt that meeting adjourn. Carried. Paul A. Buenneke Clerk August 6. 1957 Regular meeting of the Town Council of Mayn'ard, Iowa, was held at the Community Hall August 6, 1957 with members present. (Mayor; Foss: Councilmen: Ehlers, Thompson, McKoon and Foss. Absent; Barnholt. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Treasurers report was read and approved. Bills for the current month were presented to the Council as Fayette County Loader Printing Oelwein Daily Register Printing Thompson Plumbing Labor and Materials Interstate Community Hall lights Interstate Pumping Interstate Street lights and Blinkers Motion by Foss seconded by Ehlecs that bills be allowed as read. Carried. Mr. Hay Wolfe met with the council in regard to fire equipment to be purchased. Letter from Mr. Sias studied by Council and corrections to be made on the proposed regulations to be set between the Town and Harlan, Center and Smithfield Townships. Discussion by Council on the new well. Council discussed raising water rents effective the current month. Motion by McKoon seconded by Thompson to raise minimum water maintenance fee $2.00 per quarter. Carried. No further business motion by Ehlers secoded by McKoon that meeting adjourn. Carried. Paul A. Buenneke Clerk July 31, 1957 The Town Council of the Town of Maynard, in the County of Fayette, State of Iowa, met in .special session at the Town Hall in said Town, pursuant to law and the rules of said council at 7:00 o'clock P.M. The meeting was called to order by the Mayor, and, the roll being called, there were present Earl Foss, Mayor, in the chair, and the following named Councilmen: John McKoon, Lester Foss, Walter Ehlers, Arthur Thompson and Charles Barnholt. Absent; None. A proposed resolution entitled "A resolution providing for the issuance of $15,750.00 Town Hall Bonds of the Town of Maynard, Iowa, and providing for the payment of the principal and interest of said bonds", was introduced by Councilman Arthur Thompson and caused to be read in full. Councilrrian Lester Foss moved that said resolution be adopted; seconded by Councilman John McKoon; and after due consideration thereof by the Council, the Mayor put the question on the motion for the adoption of said resolution and, the roll being called, the following named Councilmen voted: Aye: John McKoon, Lester Foss, Walter Ehlers, Arthur Thompson and Charles Barnholt. Nay: None. Whereupon the Mayor declared said resolution duly adopted and signed his approval thereto. (Copy of said resolution attached to minute book). No further business motion by Ehlers seconded by Barnholt that meeting adjourn. Carried. Paul A. Buenneke Clerk MAYNARD NEWS VOLUME 1, NUMBER 32 MAYNARD, IOWA 15 AUGUST 1957 OLD-TIMERS REUNION AT COMMUNITY HALL SUNDAY Kent, Valerie and Janiece Hubbell have returned from a two weeks vacation spent with their grandparents, the Mark Hubbells, in Chicago. • • * • Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrader and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schrader and family spent Sunday, Aug. 4, at the Palisades near Cedar Rapids where they met Mrs. Herbert Schrader and family of Davenport for a family (picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Will Joachim, Alta Vista, were Sunday, Aug. 4, guests of Mrs Wilma Bartels. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Vargason and Delbert, and Mr. and Mrs. James Vargason, Maynard, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson and Bebra, Randalia, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vargason, and Bobby, Aurora, attended the funeral services for Emery Sharp, 77, at Kalona Tuesday. Mr. Sharp was the father of Mrs. Clint Vargason. Those from Maynard attending the funeral services at Wadena Wednesday, Aug. 7, for Mrs. Russell Jones included Mrs. Maynard Menefee, Mrs. C. H. Wil- lemssen, Mrs. Ed Meyer, Mrs. Nick Samuelson, Mrs. Frank :ummings, Mrs. Robert Bergman, Mrs. Frank Whitney and daughters, Margaret and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whitney, Mrs. Charlotte Ranney, Mrs. Hugo Fick, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Paul Mrs. Don Fish and Mrs. Lcroy Henniges. Palmer Aug. 11 Bride Joan Palmer, daughter >f Mr. Mrs. Hugo Fick and Robbie, Oelwein, spent several days the past week with her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Ranney. * * • • Mrs. Ruth Shadle and daughter, Patty, returned home Thursday, Aug. 8, from a vacation spent at several points in the western states including the Yellow stone p'ark. " Mrs. Stella Glew is a patient in the Manchester hospital. • • • • Mrs. Louis Ponsar has been released from the Oelwein hospital. Methodist Have Vacation Bible School Maynard — Classes in Daily Vacation Bible school will be conducted in the Methodist church from 9 to 11 a.m. each day beginning Aug. 12 and closing Aug. 23. The Rev. Herbert Bryant will be the director of the school and Mrs. William A. Tock the secretary. The intermediate groups are studing "God's World and Ours" with Mrs. William Stephens and Mrs. Minnie Boggess as leaders. Mrs. Dwight Fausch has charge of the juniors who are studying follows: Ed W. Meyer 66.55 Salary and Commissions. Earl Arthur 33.00 Truck and unit rental Paul A. Buenneke 25.00 Clerk Wages Earl Foss 22.08 Oil and repairs Fann Service Company 8.90 Kerosene Fred Schwarz 210.00 Wages Walter Warnke and Son 28.00 Oat Rental Schraders Farm Service 16.76 Gas. State Hygienic Lab. 12.00 Water samples Doyle Nefzger 10.00 Police Hewitt Brothers 402.67 iRocfc Hillman Mobilgas 16.04 Gas Buenneke Hardware 10.09 Supplies M & W Standard 11.62 Mrs. Russell Jones Burial Last Week Maynard, Aug. 5 — Funeral services for Mrs. Russell (Hazel) Jones, 41, were at 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 7, at the W a d e n a Presbyterian church with the Rev. C. H. Willemssen, pastor of the Maynard Presbyterian church officiating. Burial was in the Long Grove cemetery, Maynard. The Belles funeral home in Fayette was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Jones, who died in the West Union hospital Monday following a long illness, was born at Maynard the daughter of Mrs. Wilma and the late Julius E. Bartels. Since her marriage she has lived near Wadena. She is survived by her husband and five daughters: Mrs Charles (Patricia) Baumler, Ossian; Cynthia, Susan, Kathy a Eileen, at (home; her mother Mrs. Wilma Bartels, Maynard; four brothers; Harold, Chicago Ralph, Lansing; 'Richard, Cedar Rapids; Vernon, Cedar Fells; and one sister, Mrs. Dale Schrader Maynard. Meet Your Neighbors". "Our families" is the th^me of the primary grades under the direc- aon of Mrs. Sam Holmes and Mrs. Bryant. Those of kindergarten age meet "Friends Far and Near" under the guidance of Mrs. Marvin Fortune. Marilyn Gilmer, 'Margaret Eldridge and Sandra Fortune. There will be a special feature on the closing day. and Mrs. Everett M. Palmer, became the bride of Richard Leiran. son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmerett Leiran, Waterville, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 11. The double ring ceremony was performed in the Lutheran church in Waterville by the Rev. E. O. Baalson before an altar arrangement of gladioli. The bride wore a floor length [own of tulle and lace with fitted bodice, bateau neckline and long ileeves. The full skirt featured accents of chantilly lace. The finger-tip veil of pure silk was caught 1o a tiera of sequins and pearls. She carried a colonial boquet of red roses. The bride was attended by Elinera Oskolkoff, Iowa City, a college roommate, Mrs. Curtis Palmer. Stuart, her sist-;r-in-law, and by Judy Palmer, Maynard, her sister. They wore matching waltz length gowns of white lace lavender taffeta and carried white colonial bouquets. Willard Leiran, Waterville, attended his brother as best man. The groomsman was Norman Leiran, Postville, brother, and Norbert Palmer, Monona, cousin of the bride, was the usher. Nuptial music was provided by Vernon Haas as soloist and Charlotte Busness as organist. After the reception in the church dining room following the ceremony the couple left on a trip to northern stales. Mrs. Leiran's travel costume was an prchid and white linen sheath dress with white accessories. After Aug. 18 they will be at home in waterville. Mrs. Leiran, attended the college of nursing at the State University of Iowa, Iowa City, and will be employed at the Boone county hospital. Mr. Leiran, who has spent four years in the air force and had a rank of a staff sergeant at time of discharge, is attending Iowa State college, Ames. OBITUARY Mrs. Gerald Warnke To Speak. At Church Maynard — Mrs. Gerald Warnke will be the guest speaker at the district rally of Junior Mission Bands to be in the St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday, Aug 18, with the local band as the host society. Her topic will be "God's Children" the theme of the meeting. Approximately 250 members and friends from Oelwein, Denver, West Union, Hawkeye, Crane Creek, Tripoli, Sumner, Buck Creek and Hope Lutheran, Westgate, are expected to be present. The offering will go to the Martin Luther Home for retarded children at Beatrice, Neb. Mrs. Russell Jones Hazel Anna Jones, daughter of Mrs. Wilma Irwin Bartels and the ate Julius E. Bartels, was born on a farm southwest of Maynard April 5, 1916 and died at the West Union hospital at 12:23 a.m. Monday, Aug. 5, following major surgery on July 3. Mrs. Jones, the eldest of six children, was graduated from the Maynard high school, attended the Cedar Rapids Business college and Upper Iowa University, Fayette. She then taught school at Lima ana later worked for several months as nurses' aid at the West Union hospital. On Jan. 22, 1938 she was united n marriage to Russell Jones, Wadena at the Lima church. They farmed near Elgin for two years then moved to the home farm near Wadena. She was an active member of the Wadena 'Presbyterian church and was a Sunday school teacher for the past few years. Surviving are her husband and five daughters: Mrs. Charles (Patricia) Baumler, Ossian, Eileen, Kathy, Cynthia and Susan, all at home. Also her mother, Mrs. Bartels, and one sister, Mrs. Dale (Ortha) Schrader, Maynard; four brothers: Harold, Chicago, 111., Ralph, Lansing; Vernon, Cedar Falls; and Richard, Cedar Rapids; nieces and nephews. Her father preceeded her in death in November, 1944. Funeral services were held in the Wadena church with the Rev. C. H. Willemssen, pastor of the Presbyterian church, Maynard, and the Rev. John Reiners, former pastor at Wadena, conducting the service. Mardelle Keefer was soloist with 'Mrs. Leallan Knox as organist. Casket bearers were G. W. Alderson, Paul Kuhens, August Yearour, Don Leonhart, Dale Kuhens and Clarion Mathys. In charge of the floral offerings were Mrs. Don Leonhart, Mrs. G. W. Alderson and Mrs. Dale Kuhens. Burial was in Long Grove Cemetery at Maynard. Harlan 4-H Girls Met Friday Maynard (Special) — Members of the NRG girls' 4-H club of Harlan township were busy Friday afternoon and evening, Aug. 7, in their annual Achievement Day program. Both sessions were held in the Community hall and featured the work accomplished during the year in their sewing project. At the regular business meeting in the afternoon each of the 19 members present answered roll call by stating the number U to gar- ul\u UucL the exhibit. A total of 61 ments were on display. Program numbers included a talk on "Labels" by Joan Bachman and a demonstration of the correct way to press cotton and woolen garments by Vicki Werden and Lois Woods. This demonstration will be given in tht Junior class at the Fayette County fair. Of the 61 entries at the exhibit 13 were selected by the judges, Mrs. Belschner, Hawkeyi and Mrs. Otto Nehlson, Fayette, assisted by Lois Ingels, for the county exhibit at the fair. These were Laurel Woods and Kosales Hare — aprons; Geraldine Berry — cotton skirts; Margaret Eldridge — skirts other than cotton; Barbara Schrader — cotton blouse with set-in sleeves, collar or both; Virginia Henniges — sleeveless, collarless blouse and a house coat; Lois Arthur — nightgown; Rosalee Hare, — jumlper; Alice Ingels und Geraldine Berry — play clothes; Alice Ingels and Lois Woods — school RESIDENTS FROM NEAR AND FAR SEE FORMER FRIENDS Maynard (Special) — Many sons and daughters, grandsons and randdaughters and one groat granddaughter of the early residents, of the Maynard area prior to 1900 were present at the Community lall Sunday, Aug. 11, for the Old-Timers' Get-Together. They came from Minnesota. Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Alabama and many points in Iowa. Early settlers so represented included the James Conrads, S. T. Paynes, Orrin Strickland, Arthur Burdicks, Henry Bensons, Oran Barnes, Robert Ponsars, sr., Fred Buennekes sr., A. H. Miches, E. F. Warnkes, Charley Wellers. John Sullivans, Henry Barnholts, W. P. Fishbacks, William Kappmeyers, Henry Maynards, Julius C. Ran- neys, John Wilkinsons sr., A. E. Goldsberrys, A. L. Evans, Fred Meyer, Henry Meyer, George Simpsons sr., Fred Benzers sr., Ed Packards, W. B. DeLongs, Fred Miehes sr., August Mittelstadts, August Guritzs and J. C. Seelys sr. The afternoon program as announced by John Thiele opened with a talk by Dr. C. C. Hall and greetings by Mayor Earl Foss. Charles Barnholt, president, and by Mrs. Paul Davis, Fayette, secretary who also read greetings from former residents in Okla., Wash., Calif., Minn., La., So. Dak. dress; and Barbara Fish — best dress. During the evening Lois Arthur gave a report on her attendance at the ninth annual State Leadership Training conference at Madrid July 29 to Aug. 3. Lois was chosen to represent the county clubs at this conference because of her leadership ability as shown through club and com-J munity activities and potentiality ' according to Mrs. Merle Bovis, county home economist. Several girls took part in the Mont., N. Mex anil Mo. Piano selections were by Mrs. O. C. Mielie who also accompanied Ed W. Meyer and William Stephens in vocal selections and Walter Warnke and Gerald Warlike who led the group in singing "Auld Lang Syne". Several responded with impromptu remarks. The oldest person present from out of town was Fred Obeli, 90, Kandalia, followed by William Thiel, West Union, and Mrs. Henry Bauer, Oelwein, both !i7. The oldest local residents were J. F. Wilkenson, 88, and Mrs. Charlotte Ranney, 83. The oldest persons present who was born and reared in Maynard was Clarence All-Iowa Fair To Present Holiday On Ice U»dar Rapid*. la. Venturing the first ice show in the exposition's 22-year history, tht 1 All- Iowa fair will open here next Sunday with America's largest motorized carnival on the midway and with entries from over 50 counties in 12 premium-paying departments. "Crews this week are starling work to prepare facilities for "Holiday on Ice" and the ice- making equipment will go into operation Saturday, "Fair Mana- style review, modeling dresses they had made. Blue ribbon winners in the senior .group selected by Mrs. Howard W. Smith, as judge, were Barbara Fish, Alice Ingels and Lois Woods. In the junior division blue ribbons were awarded to Margaret Eldridge, Judy Huisman, Barbara Schrader, Marilyn Gilmcr. Those selected to take part in the county style show were Barbara Fish and Margaret Eldridge. Other girls taking part in this year's activities and receiving red ribbons on their entries were Rarnona Pliester, Kay Brownell, Ann Gilrner, Virginia Parsons and Marilyn Gilmcr. Leaders for the year have been Mrs. Don Woods and Mrs. Harold Hare. Visitors during the day included approximately 20 mothers and friends. The girls' booth at the fair will feature accessories and will be in charge of Rosalee Hare, Marilyn Gilmer, Margaret Eldridge and Alice Ingels assisted by Mrs Hare. Benson, 81, Waterloo. The largest family representation was that of the Buennekes. Those who came the farthest were Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Thiele and family, Elkhart., Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hennessey, New Port, Ala. Of the seven couples who had the first Get-together in 1952 only the following were present: Hoy Smith, Webster; Walter Buenneke, Coon Rapids; Mr. and 'Mrs. Dan Woodson and Mrs. Henry Miehe, Reedsburg, Wis.; and Mrs. J. Stewart, Des Moines. Walter Warnke was elected president and Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer, secretary, to plan for the next .neeting to be on the second Sunday in August 1959 in the Community hall. The noon meal was served by the American Legion auxiliary. Approximately 200 persons were present during the day. ger Andy Hanson said Thursday. Rink for the ice show will be 100 feet long and GO feet deelp, extending almost 'a third the length of the Hawkeye Downs grand- atand. Featuring "Noah's Ark" and Ravel's "Bolero" among its major numbers, "Holiday on lee" will debut Sunday at 8 p.m. and will continue through Thursday. Hanson also reported Thursday that entries for Sundays big car auto races have topped the 20 mark. Four new International Motor Contest Association world were established on the newly banked Downs oval by the speedway type big car drivers July •1th. IMCA officials, who termed the reconditioned track "as fine as any oval in the Midwest", predicted this week that additional speed marks will be written into the record books next week with five racing meets in eight days. After the speedway-type big cars Sunday, stock cars will make their first fair appearance Tuesday in a seven-event sprint program for new model cars. Fair officials Thursday extended an invitation for all youngsters under 15 years of age to be guests of the fair at a free grandstand show next Monday at 10 a.m. The show, featuring a sextet of trained pigs, elephant, clowns, cowboys and other performers, will highlight 'Monday's Kids day festivities. Reduced prices will be in effect until 6 p.m. Monday, Marshall "J" of WMT-TV and Jerry Smith, King of the Cowboy Singers, will be on the show 'and will subervise the giving away of bicycles and other prizes. The price of steel is still advancing and prices will continue to rise. Take advantage of the present freeze on our all metal porch and lawn furniture. A two seater porch swing, in colors of white and green $16.00. Metal Rockers in two colors. $5.75 CLOSE OUT. A used wood drop leaf table and 2 chairs in good condition $12.50 finished Ivory. SEE THEM A T DELS1NGS DELS1NG FURNITURE IM* ItoTMnL U. THE SEASON., is about to start for the release of Government Corn We have COMPLETE FACILITIES for STORAGE and HANDLING Maynard Co-operative Co. Maynard, Iowa AUCTION SALE HOUSE AND LOTS ANTIQUES .1 PERSONAL PROPERTY HOUSEHOLD GOODS SATURDAY August 17th at 1:00 MARY E. ROWLEY John Thele Auctioneer Estate • ' Maynard, Iowa Maynard Savings Batik Clerk '
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