Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 3
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FFA """" Receives Award Maynard — The Maynard chapter of the Future Farmers of America, one of the largest in the state, just has received the State's 1957 award for superior rating. It is one of only 26 chapters out of the 303 in vocational agriculture to receive this honor. Eighteen chapters qualifi-u for a standard rating. Besides meeting the other qualifications required, the 'Maynard chapter was outstanding in its service to the community with its safety education, its rat control program and in assisting farmers in weed and insect identification and recommended controls. It also tested soils and seeds for farmers and ran corn yield cheeks. The club participated 100% in having productive products projects of either corn, oats, soybeans or live stock. Twenty of the 50 boys enrolled the past year completed showing dairy or beef animals or sheep at the Fayette county fair. During this week the chapter will run soil tests free of charge for any farmer in the West Central Community school district requesting that service. The importance of such a course of study in our schools becomes increasingly important as we realize that six out of every 10 boys in the United States will eventually become farmers or be associated with farmers through industry, banking or other business dealings. William Stephens who has been the advisor for the Maynard chapter for the past two years will serve the newly organized school district ,in the same capacity. He anticipates an enrollment this year of approximately 65 boys. MAYNARD NEWS VOLUME 1, NUMBER 32 MAYNARD, IOWA 5 SEPTEMBER 1957 MAYNARD NEWS 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. K 1MB ALL Publisher MRS. FRANK CUMMINGS ... . Correspondent READERS! PATRONIZE THESE ADVERTISERS! THEY MAKE POSSIBLE THE WEEKLY PUBLICATION OF YOUR MAYNARD NEWS. Old Opera House Sold At Auction Maynard — The large frame building on Main street known as the opera liou.se has been sold at public auction to Ed Hoehne who lives southwest of town. This two-story building approximately 50 by 80 feet was built about 1890, according to early residents. Edmund Packard, father of Mrs. Charlotte Ranney, and then bvit recently returned from a town in the state of Washington where an opera house just had been completed, was the leader in making the plans for this buiKUns sitnilur to the one he had seen. iPackard, a carpenter, also helped with the construction work. This building replaced the first opera house in town which was later used as a general store ami which is now owned by Tony Viaa.s and used as a storage building. The upper floor of the new building was equipped and used by several lodges. Later the building was purchased by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The first floor served as the center of community activities which included home talent plays and entertainments, dances, lyceum courses, stock company plays, commencement exercises, silent movies, public dinners, ond in later years basketball and roller skating. The last few years its only use was as a voting place and the past year it has served as ;i storage place for feeds and machinery. Tin- organization serving one of those early dinners found it necessary on the preceeding day to bring in by horse drawn ve- heciles all the equipment needed. This included tables, chairs, oil burning ranges, all cooking utensils, dishes and clean-up articles. The water, both hot and cold, w;;s hauled in gallon milk cons the day of the dinner. The following day was spent in returning tilings to their owners. The I.O.O.F. lodge which has been inactive for the past several years has surrendered its charter to the state organization. The sale was in charge of the I.O.O.F. lodge at Oelwein. "It's really eaiy to k«0p track of money with the help of a checking account Saves me all those long tiresome trips to pay bills, too," WI'U, WILCOMI YOUR ACCOUNT. Maynard Savings Bank. Maynard and Hazleton Iowa. Can you spare 2 minutes? Watch the employees make your Personlized Checks FREE. Maynard Savings Bank Maynard Hazelton Donald L. Miller Wed In Illinois Maynard — The First Baptist church in Minonk, 111., was the setting for the marriage of Joanne E. Oldenburg, daughter of Mrs. Martha Oldenburg, Minonk, and the late Walter Oldenburg, to Donald L. Miller, son of Mr. Walter Ehlers Build* New Home Maynard — Mr. and Mrs. Waller Ehlers who recently sold heir residence in the west part if town to James Freeman, luir.lelun, have completed the ex- •iivation work for their new resi- ience just to the north of Hume sold. The now home will be 24 by 40 'eel with an attached garage 14 by 22 feet. The contractors are Phode and Reckhemmer, Oelwein. The Freemans plan to nove to Muvnard about Jan. I. FAMILY "LIFE INSURANCE" U kept In (he basciueul in (lie Warren Urovvn household In West Frankfort, III., in the form of the home shelter shown above. Brown, the clty't civil defense director, U nhuwn with his tuinlly surrounded by equipment that Includes five gas nmskh, » KBS lantern, sleeping facilities for all, » seven-day supply of food and water, double steel doors, and an air (liter system to keep out radioactive particles. Fallout from the St. Louis area U Judged the main CD menace In the town. isouthern imiioiun )'hoio> The double ring service was read by the Rev. William Male, Philadephia. Penn., cousin of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Charles Auerswald, before an altar decorated with candelabra and baskets of white gladioli. Nuptial music was by James Kaufman, Oelwein, who sang "Always" and "I Love You Truly" accompanied by Mrs. Harrison Parks, Minonk. The bride, given in marriage by her mother, wore a gown of pleated nylon and imported lace over satin, styled with fitted bodice, high neckline and long bridegroom, acted as ring bearer and Cynthia Rients, cousin of the bride, as flower girl. Ushers were Roy Sullivan and Robert Uphoff, both of Minonk and cousins of the bride. Also James Weirman, Hudson, III., and John Uplioff, GrayinotU, III., Iriends of the bridegroom. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Oldenburg wore a silver gray dress with black accessories and a pink rose corsage. Mrs. Miller wore a pink lace ihvss with navy accessories and ;i white rose corsage. Following the reception in the tapered sleeves, both edged with church parlors the couple left for pleated net, and buttoned down the back wth- tiny satin covered buttons. The full skirt had a wide insert of imported lace ••which fell into the floor length pleated nylon net. The veil of silk illusion was held in place by an heirloom pin belonging to the bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Morrell, Wilmington, 111. She carried a cresent bouquet of white roses and lilies-of-the- valley. Her only jewelry was a pair of pearl earrings, a gift of the ' bridegroom. Thrir aUcniluma wrrc Carolyn Ortwig, Eagle River, Wis., wearing a ballerina length dress of turquoise crysalelte with peacock trim, matching hat and carrying a cresent bouquet of pink roses, and Mrs. Elmer Miller, Maynard, ' and cleo Cumberland, Maynavd. at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 1. I Glenn Miller, brother of the :H!::"::»&!::::»::<»&^ 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 Phone 750f Maraud, I*. ,n undisclosed wedding trip. drs. Miller's travel costume was forsty blue suit with black ac- essories and u white rose cor- agc. Mrs. Miller who in a graduate; if the Moser Secretarial school, 'hieago, has been employed by he Chicago Council on Community Nursing. Her husband who ; a graduate of the Maynard onsolidated school is employee by the Kaufman Elevator, Staney. After about Sept. 1 they will at home at 119 1/2 Five and urn Half, N.E. Oelwein. Society Schedule Maynard — Society and snuil group meetings scheduled for the month of Sept. begin on Wed nesday, Sept. 4. when the Helping Hand society meets at the Presbyterian church social room with Mrs. Irving Patridge. Mrs. Charles Patridge, Mrs. B. W. Patsey and Mrs. Isaac Paul as MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE COMPLETE PROCESSING Phone — 65 Aostesses. Mrs. C. VI. Willems- sen will lead the devotional service and have charge of the special program. On Thursday af.ci'iioon, Sept. 5 he Esther circle of the W.S.C.S. will be entertained \\\ the homo 1 if Mrs. Kenneth Gray. The Ruth ijroup will have an all-day meeting at the church the same day to make mincemeat. In the evening Mrs. Wilbur Culbertson will be hostess to Naomi division. Hie Martha circle has postponed ts meeting to Monday afternoon, Sept. >», al the Methodist church. 'Die Ladies' Aid .society will ioUI its first meeting of the new .•hurch at the St. Paul's Luther- in church Thursday afternoon, Sept. 5, with .Mrs. Leon Wolfe .mil Mrs. James Trotter in ehiivfie >/' I lie program. On the serving committee will be Mrs. Fred Ke'mke, Mrs. Walter Ehlers, Mrs. Marian Pivslinr and Mrs. Ralph IMiesti-r. The flower committee for Sunday service for the month i.s made up by Mrs. Henry Warlike and Mrs. Arvid Odekirk. Mrs. Henry Schrader will open her home on Friday, Sept. 0, to the regular meeting of the Ladies Cemetery association with Mrs. Fred Scliwaiv as co-ho.stess. On Friday evening, Sept. (i, beginning al 1 p.m. Vhevv- will be a community reception for the public school faculty in the community hull. The event is sponsored by the Parent-Teacher association. The American Legion auxiliary will meet in regular session Tuesday evening, Sept. 10, in the Community hall. On Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 11, Mrs. J. T. Parke and Stella Kni£>it will have chai-Kf <>f th program, "Mission-Cinerama", at (he W.S.C.S. meeting in th Methodist church. 'Making up the hostess committee will be Mrs. Floy Glew, Mrs. Otto Voglit, Mrs. Garland Trower and Mrs. Harold Hare. "Spread, O Spread Thou Mighty Word" is the topic for study when the Women's Missionary society meets in the St. Paul's Lutheran church Tuesda.v afternoon, Sept. 17, with Mr.; E. I. Borchers as leader. The Rebekah guild of the Helping Hand society will meet Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 18, in the home of Mrs. Ed Holmstrom rind the Deborah guild the same afternoon with Mrs. C. H. Williemssen. Mrs. Delbert Glcw LaVern Schrader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schrader, is a patient in the West Union Memorial hospital where he had surgery Wednesday morning, Aug. 28, for hernia. • * • • Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ash and Mary Kay left Wednesday, Aug. 28, for their home in Kahoka, Mo., after spending the weekend in the home of their grad- mulher, Mrs. Bertha Rich. Mrs. Floyd Bencke spent the week-end, Aug. 30-Sept. 1, in Codarburg, Wis., where she attended a wedding reception for her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mueller, who were married in Maynard Sunday, Aug. VI. • * • • Mrs. Elmer Reick has been transfered from the Oelwein hos pital to a hospital in Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Chris Rasmussen and daughter, Fayette, were Thursday, Aug. 22, guests of her aunt, Mrs. Charlotte Ranney. • * • * Mr-, and Mrs. Ed Holmstroiu left Monday, Aug. 26, by train from Marion for Berkley, Calif., wheve they will visit in the homo of their daughter. Donald Pliester, Ronald Ben- t-ke, Gerald Peterman, Marilyn Pliesler and Ramona Pliester, all members of the local Luther league spent the week-end, Aug. •JS in Minneapolis, Minn., attending Xhe Lutheran World convention. • * • • Dick Buenneke spent several days in the home of his aunt, Mrs. Henry Steele, Alden, Minn., reluming Uorne Tuesday, Aug. 27. Supper guests Sunday, Aug. 25, in the Walter Ehlers home were Mr. and Mrs. Ormel Swarts and son, Larry, Stanley. They were joined in the evening by Me. and Mrs. A. R. Hewitt, Frede- •icksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mi-nuey, Arlington were Wednesday guest, Aug. 28 in the same home. * • • • • •Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson itul family, Polo, 111., were weekend gviests, over Aug. 25, in the home of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson. will have the evening meeting of the Eve guild on Thursday, Sept. 5, in hur home. The lesson study will bt- led by iMrs. Vivian Hubbell. Tlit' meeting of the Junior -Mission Ua/id j/i Thursday evening, Sept. 19, at the St. Paul's Lutheran church will open with scripture ('fueling and prayer by Bort- nie Wolfe followed by the Bible story told by Carol Ann Turner and roll call to be answered by giving a favorite petition. Waynu Wagner will discuss the topic, "God Mc-ans Me". John Arp, Betty Arthur, Sally Evans and Jackie Ehlers make up the serving committee. The Ada Reading circle will hold its first meeting of the Federated clubs' year 1967-58 in the home of Mrs. Maynard Menefee t>i> Friday al'tomoon, S^pt. 20. NOTICE Marian Schatz Dance School Enrollment for Fall and Winter Classes Ad on Page Six III FREE Special for the LADIES With the purchase of 200 Ibs Kent Poultry Feeds you will receive Free A PILLOW CASE OR TOWEL (We're doing this to reward our customers for-their excellent .choice of-KENT FEEDS) Maynard Co-operative Co. Maynard, Iowa t: I BUSINESS PRINTING try the LEADER'S new printing system Every thing you need in printing for your business BLOTTERS — POSTCARDS — BILLHEADS — BUSINESS CARDS — CALENDARS — SALESBOOKS — TAGS — All sizes of Envelopes — All sizes of Letterheads — Gummed Labels —Menus — Laundry Tickets — Receipt'Books — Scratch Pad« — Complete printing service — ALL STANDARD FORMS— ior^veryj>urpo»^ Process Embossing — Photo Offset — Cut Service FAYETTE COUNTY LEADER Northeast Iowa's Fastest Growing Weekly Newspaper ^iiiuuyuiuyuuuuU|tutti|Ujuw(Ut< Rf^*^fr^^^^ ""'."."• •. Fayette, Iowa Phone U TB Assn. Plan* For Seal Drive A total of $35,105.00 has been appropriated for medical research during the coining year from Christmas Seal funds according to iPaul Williamson, Executive Director of tine Iowa Tuberculosis and Health Association. Mr, Williamson pointed out that $14.395.00 of this amount was appropriated from County Association funds for Iowa research and $5,705.00 for national research. The Jowa Tuberculosis and Health Association appropriated a total o£ $15,005.00 to be used for Iowa research and • a teaching fellowship. The Iowa research grants will include Dr. I. M. Smith, Training of a 'Fellow in Experimental Methods lor the Investigation of Lung Disease; Dr. Richard Tjalma, Reciprocal Tuberculosis Investigation; . Dr. George Bedell, General Support Grant for Pulmonary Research Laboratories; Dr. Wayburn Jeter, Passive Transfer of Delayed Hypersensitivity; Dr. I. Horowitz, A Preliminary Study in the Occurrence of Fibrocystlc Disease of the Pancreas in Adults; and Drs. Leon Galinsky and Abraham Gelperin, Epidemiology of Abeyant Tuberculosis. The Teaching Fellowship fund will be applied to the Depart;. ment of Internal*Medicine aerv- ice fund to enable Geo'rge N^ Bodell, M.D.. to devote full tim£ to teaching and research in the' field of pulmonary diseases The NationelijMedlcgl'R Grant from IoW SS^s Ul used by Hilda Pope WiUett, D., Duke University for a stiic& of Metabolism of tubercle b»ciU§

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