Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 3
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 29, 1957
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Published weekly in the interest of the people and merchants of Maynard as a part of the Fayette County Leader. This section is sponsored and promoted by the Maynard businesses 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. 1IM »/ VKIK4 >»!„* >,»««>•. IM. '* IM Mw WuMk K«on M*tMrtMi, 2400 Fwhir T*ww, Mhnupife 1. Minn. BUY, SELL, TRADE or RENT With Leader W«nt Ad» Say You Saw It in the LEADER 1 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 DELSINGS DELS1NG FURNITURE 7«M sUyuird, 1*. ^ MAYNARD NEWS VOLUME 1, NUMBER 32 MAYNARD, IOWA 29 AUGUST 1957 Ruth Dye, Three Hills, Al berta, Canada, is visiting this week in the A. E. Knight home. » . » • Mr. and Mrs. Dale Meinken are moving this week to Center Point where she will teach fifth grade in the school there. • • * • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ponsar have purchased the residence of he late Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Rowley. The Main 'Street property of Henry Paepper has been sold to W. J. Mantor, depot agent. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Ingels were Isabel Hunt Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Carroll leveland, Willow Creek, Mont. Miss Hunt was on her way home rom near London, Eng., where she 'had been for several weeks as an exchange teacher. She will each this year in Seattle. The adies are cousins of Mrs, Ingels. • * • • Beverly Thompson is here from Lynwood, California for a visit in the home of her father, Arthur Thompson. Mrs. Ed W. Meyer was hostess o the Deborah guild of the lelping Hand Society Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 21., with seven members and one guest sreserit. Mr. and" Mrs. Alfred Jenson, Kansas City, Mo. m were recent over-night guests o'f Mr. and Mrs. Sdwin Olson. • « • * Guests this week in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Borchers and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Schlegel were-their niece -and husband, VIr. and (Mrs 1 . Paul Hanaen and family, missionaries from British uinea, South;. America, and their brother, Theodore Lenz, and ftrmiry, Denver, Colo, Marian- Township NRG 4-H Club Maynard' — Three garments made this year in the clothing ffiv^iant v»v- o :*j_ :«* 4U* u^ H i nM township NRG 4-H Club were chosen by the judges at the Fayette county Fair to be entered at the state fair. They were pajamas made hy Iiois Arthur, a school dress by Alice Ingels and a collar-less sleeveless blouse by Virginia Henniges. Garments ^receiving blue ribbons were sports clothes by Geraldine Berry, a play suit by. Alice Ingels, a 4-H uniform by Bessie Lundry, school dres* by Lois Woods and a 'skirt other than cotton by (Margaret Eldridge. In the red ribbon, class: apron, Lois Woods; cotton- skirt, and a jumper, Rosalee Hare; party dress, Betty'.Lang; good, dress, Barbara Fl»h; ^blouse with collar and set-in '«leave< Barbara fschra- der; and housecoat, Virginia Henniges. Ramona Pliester received a white ribbon on her blouse other than cotton. District Legion Auxiliary j Meets At Maynard MAYNARD — Approximately :hirty district officers and county piv.siclen.s of the American Legion auxiliary and guests representing the twelve counties in district No. 4 atH'ruk'd the school of instruction ;it the Community hall Mon .lay, Aug. ly, with Mi-. William P. Oliver. Oelwein, district president, in charge of ihe Jay's activities. Mrs. Oliver presented the year's work as outlined in the year book anil passu.l out mate rial for the year to the county presidents who in turn will pass on the instruction* to unit presi dents anJ secretaries in their respective counties. Mrs. R. 11. Wheut, Waukon, presided at the installation of district vice-presidi'nts and county chairmen. This included Mrs. Don Mai-tin, Manchester, M rs, ren Sheckler, Nora SprlngR anJ Mrs. Eugene Davis, New Hampton. Oilier officers present Included Mrs. Wheat, department vice-president who is also in charge of thu membership drive in three of the nine districts in the state including district No. 4; Mrs. L. H. Hauth, Hswkeye, from the department of education; Mrs. John F. Loeck, Independence, department chairman of volunteer forkers at ttie Mental Institute, Independence; Mrs. Olaf Hanson, Decorah, past department president and parlimen- tarian. Counties included in the fourth district include Allnmakee, Winneshiek, Fayette, Clayton, Buchanan, Delaware, Mitchell, Howard, Floyd, Cerro Gordo, Worth and Ohickasaw. The noon lunch was served by Mrs. A. F. Bergman, Mrs. Don Hartz, Mrs. Delbert Glew, Mrs. Charles Werden, Mrs. ! Walter Ehlers and Mrs. Merrill Glew, members of the local unit. Representative of Iowa's crippled children uru Slinron Richards, 11, of HarUn; and, Lenny Owc-na, 7, of Colfax, shown with Governor Herschel Loveless, who had just signed the proclamation designating September 7-15 as "Crippled Children's Camp Week" in Iowa. Standing is Ben Hoden, Council Bluffs, Senior Vice Commander, Iowa Department, Veterans of Foreign Wars. The latter organization will conduct the fund raising campaign to establish a camp for Iowa's crippled children. Keep em NEW HIGH STRENGTH Barbed Up. to20%vStronger • Easy to Stretch only $7:95 SHEFFIELD' HIGH STRENGH "100" Barbed Wire Maynard, Iowa CENTRAL OPENS FRIDAY Maynaid — The recently re- guin^eu neat v-ciuiai v^uriiuiu- nity school district will open its first year at 8:30 a.m. Friday Aug. 30, for a half-day session for registration and assignments Regular classes will start on Tuesday, Sept. 3. This district includes the towns of Maynard, Randulia and Westgate and the surrounding rura districts they formerly served. Each town wjll maintain its elementary grades. All high school students will attend at Maynard. The hot lunch program will tart at noon Tuesday, .Sept. 3. vfeals again will cost 25c,per day layable by the month in .advance n, the -first day of each month. ,unches will be served ;20 days n September making the total ost for that month $5. Book rental fees for the year will be as follows: kindergarten, irst and second grades, S3; rades three, four and five, $3.50; rades six, seven and eight, $4; rades nine, 10. 11 and 12, $6. The fees for the grades include 11 work books. Book rent' may IB paid for the entire year or one-half at the beginning of each semester. The faculty for the West Central Community school is now complete and is as follows: For high school, William A. Tock, superintendent; Mark Risinger, elemtniary principal, M e 1 v i n Kupferschmld, high school principal and girls' coach; William A. Stephens, vacational agriculture; Howard Vernon, boys' football coach, physical education director, biology; John Kappmeyer, social studies; Edmund Ewoldt, wrestling coach, bookkeeping; William Sailor, boys' basketball coach ung general science; Harry Allman, English and literature; Dalton Dnhl, science, chemistry and physics; Dwiyht Fuusch, drivers' training; Robert Toutsch, commercial; Edward Laettner, instrumental music; John Van Epps, vocal music; Richard Peterson English and dramatics; Patty Kelsey, vocational homemaking; Arlene Thompson, mathematics; Alvie Kelly, industrial arts and assistant coach. Maynard junior high and grades: Ralph Delozier, junior high coach and social studies; Irma 'Miller, mathematics and science; Anna Nefzger, English; 4V4U11VIIV, hJlAlllf «um\., lllblt tfcAUkAt. Joanne -Hempeler, fifth grade Joyce Kuehl, fourth grade; Bernice Bradley, third grade; Frances Alvung, second grade; Esther Holtzrnan, first grade; Marjorit Bonnstetter, kindergarten. Teachers in the Randulia elementary school are Galen Muck junior high coach and eighth grade; Ruth Raatz, sevcntt grade; Hazel Rain, sixth grade Catherine Sinnotl, fifth grade Patty Thompson, fourth grade Bernice Metcalf, third grade Marie Schrader, second grade- Ruby Pieper, first grade; anc Marjorie Bonnstetter kindergar ten. Onalee Baker will be th teacher of !'he fourth, fifth anc sixth grades in the Westgat elementary school and Mabe Downing will have kindergarten first, second and third grades. In charge of the lunch progran at Maynard will be Florenc Re'.ck. Olive Wolfe and Evelyn Arthur, and at Randalia, Ruth Bacon and Ruth Whiteford art- the cooks. Lunches for the Westgate school will be prepared in he kitchen at Maynard and ransported to Wc'St^ate at noon ach day. Ratutalta By Mrs. Ted Lenius Marilyn Arthur, Center Dot-Best 4 H girl, was chosen the cnior style review girl at the West Union Fair and will represent Fayette County at the owa State Fair. A six gored lanriL-l fall skirt classed as skirts other than cotton, also made by Marilyn, was chosen to go to he state fair from the club. Other ribbons received by the club were blue on, play clothes, 3everly Gee; jumper, Relda Nading; two school dresses, Linda Whiteford; sleeveless blouse, eneva McCom'b; red ri'bbons on, play clothes, Gertrude Kohl- neyer; house coat, Emily Sullivan; aprons, Marjorie Davis and Sheila Sullivan; Pajamas, Sherlu ieman; cotton skirt, Mardenc Davis; 4-H uniform, Doris Alley; better dress. Marly s Benter; bet- .er blouse, Beverly Post; white alouse with collar and sleeves, Janet Davis. •Mrs. Robert Hanchett's mother, Mrs. Sadie Stiles, fell Saturday in the Good Samaritan home in West Union and broke IILT hip. She is in the Palmer Memorial hospital in West Union. Mr. and Mrs. Deane Davis and family returned home Saturday from their trip to California. • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Fr.ink Thyui Phillip and Debru were Sunday callers in the Albert Schrudei and Lloyd iPreu.ss homes at Strawberry Point. Marilyn Arthur is in Do; Moines attending the fair as E stylo review representative frori Fayette County. HIT parents, Mr and Mrs. Harry Arthur left Mon Jay to attend the fair and taki a trip to other placus this week Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Woman drove to Spirit Luke Thursday to get his inuthiT, Mrs. Mary Bemun who has been employed at Templar Park during the summer. HIGH SCHOOL BOYS LIKE TO DRKSS in grot* it.up iivlrt. F«. von-d down the line li the » ( Un aliotildcr all-Muol tweed topcoat with baliniiraan collar. h'» warm wilh or without the wool lin*r. BX S«in|i*ck. Hal i< by AJ«xjiqd«r. Mama, Start Your Child Off Right On First Day Of School There's a new experience in store for thousands of Iowa youngsters very soon. They will i;o to school for the first time. . . For some of them it may be a frightening experience. Mama, it's up to you to help your child through this first day. You can ease your youngster's insecure feelings in a number of ways. For one thing, you can le\ junior become familiar with the walk to school and buck by walking there with him several times now. If possible, a tour through the school, pointing out his classroom and the door he will use, will be helpful. If he can picture the school and its location now, it may not seem so strange when the place is crowded with people on the opening day. Clothes may make a difference in the way a child feels, too. Li-t him wear comfortable clothes he's familiar with when he starts school. Brand new clothes may make him feel strange. Save the new clothes until the second or third week, after he has adjusted to the new situation. You may be avoiding a lost jacket or cap if you let him wear clothes hi/ knows. Children sometimes fail to recognize new clothes when they're hanging among 15 or 20 other articles of clothing in the cloak room. Learning a schedule now also may help junior with the business of.going to school. Regular times for meals,.bed, and arising in the morning may lessen the strain of a strict schedule at school time. Of course, youngsters, by this time should have visited the doctor and dentist for a check-up and immunizations. Now is the linn: to complete the doctor's and dentist's recommendations so that the child will toe ready for school when that first day dawns. 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