Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 3
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 22, 1957
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MAYNARD NEWS Published weekly in the interest of the people and HUM chants of Maynard.as a part of the- Fayette County Leader. This section is sponsored and promoted by the Maynard business advertising on this page. DONALD L. KIMBALL . Publisher MRS. FRANK CUMMINGS Correspondent READERS! PATRONIZE THESE ADVERTISERS! THEY MAKE POSSIBLE THE WEEKLY PUBLICATION OF YOUR MAYNARD NEWS. MAYNARD NEWS VOLUME 1, NUMBER 32 MAYNARD, IOWA 22 AUGUST 1957 Motel Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Borland CAROLYN NICHOLSON BECOMES BRIDE OF GLENN BORLAND, JR. Maynard (Special) — In a double ring ceremony read Sunday at 2 p.m. (Aug. 18) in the Zion American Lutheran church, Oelwein, Carolyn Nicholson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nicholson, Maynard, became the bride of Glenn Borland jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Borland sr., Oelwein. The Rev. Paul Lutz officiated before an altar banked with white gladioli. Lloyd Farlee sang "I Love You Truly", "Because" and "The Lord's 'Prayer", accompanied by Mrs. Ed Schuch- nian, organist. The bride's ballerina length gown of imported chantilly rose point lace over a full buffant skirt had a fitted bodice of match -ing lace accented by a portrait- neckline and long pointed sleeves. Her finger-tip length veil of silk net illusion was caught by a crown of pearls. Her only jewel- ery was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom, and her flowers were white poms, stefan- oti and ivy. The maid of honor, Glenda Nicholson, Maynard, and the bridesmaids, Lou Ann Kappmeyer, Readlyn, and Beth Glenn Bly Oelwein, were all sisters of the bride. They were gowned in orchid lace over taffeta, styled like that of the bride, with matching hats and gloves. They carried semi-colonial bouquets of white poms and ivy. Enoch Fratzke, Oelwein, friend of the couple was best man and groomsmen were Robert Richards and Wayne Venter, Oelwein, also friends. '.Ushers were Ray Gross, Stratford, Wis., and Steve Rodke, Oshkorfh, Wis. The bride's mother was present in a navy blue lace dress with matching accessories and the dress of the bridegroom's mother was of toast lace with biege accessories. Both wore pink corsages. Following the reception in the church parlors after t'he ceremony the couple left for an Lin- disclosed wedding trip. Mrs. Borland's travel costume was a navy blue sheath dress with matching accessories and a pink corsage. After Supt. 1 they will be at home at 353 Mifflin, Madison, Wis., where he will be a senior at the University of Wisconsin. Other early settlers who were represented by fheir descendents at the Old-Timers' Get Together in the community hall Sunday, Atij,'. 11, were the J. D. Bings, William Schraders, William Mal- vens, Henry Burlingames, John Rows. Andrew Fortney, L. D. Tak'ut, and Hiram Barnes in- steail of Oran Barnes as previously ri ported. Mr.s. Chloi? Wellei Dearhammer, Bruce, Wis., and Aris Weller. St. Paul, Minn., had not been in Maynard since they left in 1904. • • • • Mr.s. Charles Patridge is convalescing at tile Irving Palridgt- home following her release from the Oelwein hospital where she submitted to surgery. Mr. and Mr.s. Hurley Sorg, Marion, and his cousins, Mr. an.l Mr.s. Milton Shoger, Ottawa, Kaiis., were guests recently of Mrs. Lois .Sorii and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sykes. Mr. and Mrs. Vier Cushion and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cushion and family are vacationing at points in the northwestern stales. • • 4 • Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson and Mr.s. EcliUi Morris were in Wuter- ville Sunday, Aug. 11, to attend the wedding of Joan Palmer and Richard Leiran in t'he Lutheran church. Mrs. John Schubert and children, La Crosse, Wis., were week end guests of her mother, Mrs. L. H. Buenneke. • • • » Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Ingels were in Bettendorf most of the past week called by the illness and death of her sister, Mrs. Harold Baker. Mr.s. Carrie Newell left Friday, Aug. 1G, for Canton, So. Dak., whei^ she will spend the next several months in the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Knoell. She was accompanied by Mrs. Knoell who had been visiting in tne noine 01 nei sisier, ivirs. nard Menyfee. Pre-Nuptial Shower For Fiancee Of Don Miller Maynard — Sixty neighbors and friends of Don Miller met in the social rooms of the Methodist church Thursday evening, Aug. 15, to honor his (fiancee, Joanne Oldenburg, Minonk, 111., in a prenuptial shower. Decorations were in aqua and pink with white bells and games and readings made up the entertainment. Assisting the honoree with her gifts were Sally Weber, Sandra Turner, Bonnie Reed, Betty Jo Weber, Iva Alber and Georgia Reed. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Merle Sullivan, and Mrs. Carl Oldenburg, West Union aunts of the bride, Mrs. Harold Rients, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Chester Cumberland, Mrs. Floyd Alber, Mrs. Willard Weber, Mrs. Fred Turner, and Mrs. George Rients. Miss Oldenburg and Don Miller will be married Sept. 1, in the Baptist church at Minonk, 111. MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE COMPLETE PROCESSING Phone — 65 Guests this week in the parental J. Fred Ingels home are their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Roorda, and family, Clarendon Heights, 111. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ora Sykes, Des Moines, were week-end guests, Aug. 10-13, in the home of his brother, Oscar Sykes. • • • • James Shadle who has employment at the Cedar Rapids'Y.M.C. A. was an over Sunday visitor of his mother and sister, Mrs. Ruth Shadle and Patty. Eilii! OFF TO SCHOOL Down the walk and into the street, With a turn to wave her hand, And another youngster starts to school To her i;'s The Promised Land. O little mother in the door You're fighting back the tears. Of course you're living o'er again He-r bygone baby years. But dry your eyes and smile at her. Accept life's rigid rules And try to think of the coming years She's only gone to school. Gladys C. Ferry The abov,' poem was written by Mrs. Fred Ferry, Independence, formerly Mr.s. Charles Clark of Maynard. Some years ago and read over WHO. Marlene Becker Awarded Legion Scholarship Maynard — Marlene Becker, daughter of Mrs. Ray Wolfe, is one of the few girls in Iowa who has been awarded a $200 scholarship for the coming year to the college of her choice by the state organization of the Americun Legion auxiliary. The award is made by the department of eductation and scholarships of the auxiliary of which Mrs. L. H. Hauth, Hawkeye is a member from the fourth district. It is based on scholarship, character, Americanism, activities in school and church, and physical fitness. The recipient must also be a daughter of a veteran. Miss Becker received a similar award last year and attended Upper Iowa University, Fayette. i::iiiiiiii::ii:i!ii:i iiiiii ::""":::::::::""::":::::":ii«:ii:iiii»im:::iii«!:i!:!»HS»:ii»i:ii:::i:»!«:!i«"i::m ! NEW SHIPMENTS OF FEEDERS -PAINTS STILL WEJ- SIOUX McCOLLOUGH PAX Maynard Co-operative Co. Maynard, Iowa THE FEEDING CAPITAL OF NORTHEAST IOWA Muriel Buhr Marries David Roquet Murif IBuhr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Buhr, and David C. Roquet, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Donald Roquet sr., were married at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 18. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. Schreitmueller at the Hope Lutheran church northwest of Maynard before an altar banked with blue and white gladioli and candelabra. Soloist, Roger Buhr, cousin of the bride, sang "Day of Golden Promise" and "A Wedding Prayer" accompanied by Pat Water, also cousin of the bride. The bride's gown of nylon lace and net over satin was styled with a fitted bodice with long sleeves and a four tiered net skirt. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attacher to a crown of pearls with rhinestone accents. She wore a strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom, and carried a bouquet of red roses. Her attendants were Iva Buhr as maid of honor and Mardella Buhr, both of Westgate and cousins olf the bride, Mary Anne Roquet, Maynard, sister of the bridegroom, and Ruby Buhr, Sumner, cousin of the bride. Thnv wore street li'nuth rirmpp styled dresses of copen blue crys- talette over satin, blue and white hats, rhinestone necklace and corsages of white carnations. George Roquet, Maynard, served his brother as best man and Donald Roquet jr., Cedar Falls, also a brother, was an attendant. Ushers were Lloyd Buhr, Westgate, brother of the bride, and Marvin Kaune, Maynard, friend of the 'bridegroom. Karla Buhr and Audrey Buhr were flower girls and Duane Clefisch the ring bearer, all cousins of the bride. Mrs. Buhr, mother of the bride, was present in a navy blue dress and Mrs. Roquet sr., in a blue flowered decro ndress. Each wore white accessories and a red rose corsage. A reception followed in the church parlors with Mrs. Donald Roquet jr., presiding at the guest book. The three tiered wedding cake was decorated with blue roses. When the bridal couple left after the reception on an vmdis- closed wedding trip, the bride was wearing a. navy blue ensemble with white accessories and a white carnation corsage. Both Mr. and Mrs, Roquet are graduates of the Maynard Consolidated school in the class of 1955. She attended Wartburg college, Waverly, the past two years and will teach this year in the school at Gilman where they will be at home after Aug. 19. Her husband is a graduate of the U.S. Trade School, in the automotive and diesel division, Kansas City, Mo. He will be a school bus driver and mechanic at Gilman this year. Mrs. A. F. Bergman Makes Appointments Maynard (Special) — New committee chairman for the coming year appointed by Mrs. A. F. Bergman, president of the American Legion auxiliary, when it met Tuesday evening, Aug. 13, in the Community hall are as follows: Mrs. Fred Schwafii, Mrs. Charles Werden, Mrs. Merrill Glew and Mrs. Nick 'Samuelson, membership; Mrs. C. H. Willerns- sen, child welfare; Mrs. Delbcrt Wolfe, poppy; Mrs. Hugh Armentrout, Americanism; Mrs. B. W. Patsey, civil defence; Mrs. Earl Foss, community service; Mrs. Hugo Fick, legislative; Mrs. Walter Ehlers, publicity; Mrs. William Tock, education and scholarship; Mrs. Floyd Gilley, cheer; Mrs. Don Hartz, gold star; Mrs. William Oliver, constitution and by-laws; Mrs. L. H. Buenneke, finance; and Mrs. Walter Suhr, Pan-Americanism. The membership chairman reported 37 paid-up members. A request for new material for doll clothes, empty spools and old nylon hose to be sent to the Independence hospital was reported by the rehabilitation chairman. Announcement was made of the county picnic at Klock's Island park, Fayette, on Aug. Id, and all members urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Greco Mary Lou Taylor Weds Peter Greco Marriage vows wen 1 exchanged by Mary Lou Taylor, daughter of Mrs. Lucille Taylor, Maynard and the late Jay D. Taylor, and Peter John Greco, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Greco, Oelwein. at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 17, in Sacred Heart church, Oelwein. The Rev. Thomas Carpender officiated at the double ring ceremony before an altar hanked by baskets of mixed gladioli. White satin bows marked the pews. John Duhl accompanied on the organ by Wayne WhitU'nbaugh, bo.h of Oelwein, sang "Ave Maria", "O Lord I Am Not Worthy" and "Panis Angelieus". For her wedding the bride chose a guwn of clv.mlilly lace and nylon tulle with a basque bodice with a mandarin collar, long sleeves and a full wait/, length skirt over net satin and hoops. Her fingertip veil of silk half-hat trimmed with seed yearls. She wore a double strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom, pearl earrings anil carried a cascade arrangement of red roses. Matron of honor was Mrs. Leo Greco, Cedar Rapids, sister-in- law of the bridegroom. Mjrs. Louis Nank, Dubuque, aunt of the -bride, and Mrs. Louis Greco, Waterloo, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, were bridusmatrons. Their ballerine legth gowns in three shades at blue crystalette over taffeta were styled with a t, raped neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and double bow effect in the back. They wore matching velvet bow bandeaus with face veils, white nylon gloves ami carried semi-colonial bouquets of blue and white car- nalions. Serving his brother as best man was Leo Greco, Cedar Rapids. Other attendants were John Grwo, Oelwein, and Louis Greco, Waterloo, also brothers. 'Ushers were Willard Ratchford, Waterloo, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and John Napoli, Oelwein, cousin of the bridegroom. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Taylor chose a powder blue nylon dress with navy blue accessories. Mr.s. Greco wore a dress of lavender nylon with black and white accessories. Uoth wore white rose corsages. The wedding dinner was at the Sportman club, Oelwein, for t'he bridal party and relatives. A reception followed at the club from 2 to 4 p.m. For the short wedding trip ti _u in.-____:_ »u« u_;j— chose an aqua dress with white accessories and a red rose corsage. Upon their return they will make their home on a farm south of Maynard. Mrs. Greco is a 1951 graduate of the Maynard Consolidated school and has 'been employed in the office of the Midland Warehouse Corporation in Oelwein. Her husband, a graduate of Sacred Heart school, Oelwein, and of Upper Iowa University, Fay- I'ttc in 19T>7, served two years in the U.S. army, spending 17 months of that time in Korea. Beverage and ice cream will be furnished. Mrs. Ilartx, Mrs. Joe Rhoades, Mr.s. Fuss and Mrs. Roy Glew make up the committee in charge of the Gold-Star tea this full. A report (in the stale convention of the auxiliary held in Des Moines in July was given by Mr.s. Bergman and Mrs. Adolph Kuennen. Hostesses for the social hour which followed were Mrs. Robert Arthur, Mr.s. Wol'fe, Mrs. Buenneke and Mrs Charles Trotter. FARM IMPROVEMENTS With Ready-Mix Concrete BARN YARDS, SIDEWALKS DRIVEWAYS. FEEDING FLOORS When & Where You Want Them I FOR AS LITTLE AS 15c PER SQUARE FOOT FREE ESTIMATES PROMPT SERVICE JAVE MONEY! $AVE TIME! $ A V E TROUBLE! WO MONEY DOWN-SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS- UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY I Ir _ ', SEE US FOR YOUR BUILDING NEEDS ^,^-| HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL BUILDING MATERIALS Spahn & Rose Lumber Co. Maynard, Iowa

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