Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 3
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OCTOBER CALENDAR OF EVENTS Maynard -- The several social, church and educational croup meetings scheduled for October include the following: On Wednesday, Oct. 2, the Helping Hand society met in the ' Presbyterian church with Mrs. Herbert Malven and Mrs. Raymond Lundry in charge of devotions and program. On the hostess committee were Mrs. Donald Roquet sr., Mrs. Clyde Renfrow, Mrs. Louis Ponsar and Mrs. John McKoon. • » » « Three circles of the W.S.C.S. met Thursday afternoon, Oct. 3, as follows: The Ruth group with Mrs. Hugo Scharf; the Esthers with Mrs. Lee Candee and the Martha circle wfth Mrs. Roy Clew. Mrs. Oscar Sykes was hostess to the Naomi circle that evening. • * « • The Ladies Aid Society of the St. Paul's Lutheran church met Thursday, Oct. 3, at the church with Mrs. Henry Buenneke and Mrs. E. H. Borchers in charge of the program. On the serving committee were Mrs. Arch McComb, Mrs. Ernest Oltrogge, Mrs. Delbert Wegm-r and Mrs. Alfred Knief. The flower committee for the month is Mrs. Henry Sclira- der and Mrs. Charles Barnholt. « • • . The Eve guild of the Helping Hand society met in the home of Mrs. Raymond Hall Thursday evening, Oct. 3, with Mrs. Delbert Glew leading the lesson study. • • « • On Friday afternoon, Oct. 4, Mrs. Glen Mittels-tadt will be hostess to tlie Ladies Cemetery Association in her home with Mrs. Floyd Gilley and Mrs. Everett Paul assisting. • • . . . The Adult Night school for men and women in the West Central school district will hold its second meeting at the Maynard school Monday evening, Oct. 7. The men will discuss "Combines" ynd the women "Headlines in Hair Styles". • • • • • The auxiliary of the American Legion will meet Tuesday, Oct. 0 in the Community hall. • * • • Mrs. Hollis Windenburg and Mrs. Don Hart/ will be the worship leaders when the W.S.C.S. meets at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 9. The topic for the day is "Our Home Mission and Race". Mrs. John Thiele, Mrs. Gerald Berry, Mrs. Ernest Bachman, Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer and Dr. B. A. Hall moke up the serving committee. Plans will be completed lor the society's annual bazaar and dinner at the community hall Wednesday, Oct. l(i. Friendship night will be observed by the Order of Eastern Star when it meets Thursday evening, Oct. 10 in the Mason's hall. • * • • On Monday evening, Oct. 14 the men at the Adult Night school will discuss plows and the women will study "Figure Flattery." • • • * Mrs, Ed Holmstrom will be hostess to the members of fl\e Rebeka'h guild in her home Wednesday afternoon, .Oct. 16 and the Deborah guild of the Helping Hand will meel in 'the home of Mrs. C. H. Willemssen. • • • » Gertrude B : achle, Thank Offering chairman of the Women's Missionary society, will be in charge of the program when it meets in the St. Paul's Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 15th. On Thursday evening, Oct. 17 the Junior Mission band will hold its regular meeting in the same church. • • » • Mrs. Irving Patridge will open her .home Friday afternoon, Oct. 18 to the Ada Reading circle. The program is being prepared by Mrs. Dwight Fausch, Mrs. J. T. Parke and Mrs. C. H. Willemssen. Mrs. Gerald Warnke will be hostess Friday evening, Oct. 18 to members of the Phi chapter representing the IndeRendence, Oelwein, West Union, Maynard, Fayette and Jesup public schools and Upper Iowa University, Fayette. • • • • . "Fittin Finery" is the subject for the women's class of the Adult Night school Monday evening, Oct. 21. The men's group is open for suggestions. On Monday evening, Oct. 28 the topics are "iPie Prattle" for women and a class tour is planned for the men. MAYNARD NEWS *f 957 LIMA NEWS READERS! PATRONIZE THESE ADVERTISERS! THEY MAKE POSSIBLE THE WEEKLY PUBLICATION OF YOUR MAYNARD NEWS. F.F.A. Receive First Place HARRY BRACY At Cattle Congress Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bell, visitors, Sept. 25 in the home of Cedar Rapids, were Wednesday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Knight. • . • • Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holmstrom returned home Thursday. Sept. 2(i after spending the past three weeks in Vhe home of their daughter near San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Palmer and daughter, Jane, Brooklyn, la., were week-end callers on friends in tlie community. Palmer was a former superintendent of the Maynard Consolidated school. • * • • Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith, Los Angeles ,Calif., arc spending their vacation in the parental Lester Foss home. • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shaft-)- left Wednesday, Sept. 25 on a vacation trip to Texas. • • * • • Members of the Ada Reading Circle who attended the 49th annual convention of the second district of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs in Fayette Tuesday, Sept. 24 included the following: Mrs. J. Fred Ingels, Mrs. Ed W. Meyer, Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer, Mrs. O. C. Mieke, Mrs. A. F. Bergman. Mrs. John Thieli-. Mrs. J. T. iParke, Mrs, Frank Cummings, Mrs. Charles Werden and Mrs. Earl Foss. Mrs. Parke and Mrs. Thiele served as hostesses from this club and Mrs. Werden and Mrs. Kappmeyer as pages. Mrs. Mieke played two piano selections during the morning program and Mrs. Bergman assisted by Mrs. William Stephens prepared the float for the exhibit. • • • • * Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Toner, Oshkosh, Wis., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simpson. Toner and Simpson were together all through World War I. Sunday, Sept. 29 guests in the home of Mrs. L. H. Buenneke to assist in observing her birthday were her daughter, Mrs. John Schubert, La Cross, Wis.; her sons, Don, Hazleton; Robert, Arlington; iPaul, Maynard; and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nicholson and Jimmie motored to Mt. Pleasant Sunday, Sept. 29 to visit their daughter and sister, Glenda, w*ho is attending college there. They arrived in time to attend church service with her. Accompaning 'them on the trip were his mother, Mrs. H. H. Nicholson, Maynard, and his aunt, Mrs. Teena McCawley, Waterloo. According to word received here Mrs. Ed Cline, the former Lua Hollister, of Cherokee and a resident of Maynard more than 50 years ago, fell the latter part of September breaking her shoulder. 130 Attend Adult Night School Maynard — More than 130 men and women of the West Central school area attended the initial session o'f the Adult Night School Monday evening, Sept. 23, in the Maynard school. William A. Stephens reports an attendence of 73 in the men's group for discussions on corn- pickers. Forty women met with Pat Kelsey for the lesson • on "Face and Finger Fashions." The second lesson of the series will be Monday evening, Sept. 30, in the'same place when the men will study "Combines" and the women "Headlines in Hair Styles." DENNIS-UJL.N.AKU Exchange Vows At Candle Light Wedding Maynard (Special) — The St. Paul's Lutheran church furnished the setting for the marriage of Madie Dennis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dennis of Fisher, Ark., and Robert Lockard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockard, Maynard, at 6::30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27 in a candle light service. The Rev. H. P. Kumpf officiated at the double ring service before an altar decorated with baskets of yellow und lavender gladiolus and mums, Lavender bows marked the pewn. Soloist Laurence Hurd nunu "O Promise Me", "I Love You Truly" and the "Lord's Prayer" with Mrs. Henry Buenneke as accompanist. The bride's ensemble was of nylon lace over taffeta with full skirl of ballerina length. Tin- bodice was fashioned with round neckline and long pointed sleeves with a finger-tip length vnjl completing the ensemble. She carried a lavender orchid on a white Bible, u gift of the bridegroom. Carol Lockui'd, Oelwein, sister of the bridegroom, wan maid-of- honor. Her ballerina length gown was of light lavender taffetti with empire waistline. The bridesmaid was MurjorU' Lockard, Sumner, sister of the bridegroom. Her gown of a darker shade of lavender was styled like that of the maid-of- honor. Both wore white accessories and carried baskets of white pom-poms with yellow centers. Russell Lockard, Maynard, served his brother as best man while Merida Dennis, Waterloo, brother of the bride, was an attendant. Ushers were James Cross, Westgate, and Donald Robinson, Sumner, friends of the couple. Too her daughter's wedding Mrs. Dennis wore a navy blue dress with White and blue accessories. Mrs. Lockard wore a navy dress with black and white accessories. Both wore white corsages. The bridegroom and his attendants wore white dinner jackets. A reception in the community hall followed the ceremony. The bride's table was centered with a square three-tiered cake decorated in two shades of lavender. A wedding dance followed the reception with music by Floyd Warren. On Sept. 28 the couple left on a wedding trip to an undisclosed destination. The bride chose a biege suit with wheat brown accessories for her going-away ensemble. Mi's. Lockard, a graduate of the Weiner high school in Arhen- sas, has been employed in the office of the Rath Packing Company, Waterloo. Her 'husband, a graduate of the Maynard Consolidated school, is foreman at tin- Donaldson's Company, Oelwein. He spent two years in service' with the army of which 19 months was in Germany and received the rank of sergeant. After the middle of October they will be a't 'home at 29 - 2nd St. N.W. Oelwein. F.I- Maynard i: judging Ii am Farmers of A the West CVnti was the only cast Iowa to p the six classes n the Cattle Con, Saturday, Sept Competing from Oilier the state, the V.'i placed first :n class. The team eo.ic A. Stephens, v.i< tun- instructor, out of u possihl of t'.'u- team we: i 100 points, Very points and Billv The team iec emblem award William anncul- !lli points Members he with liiirnhnrdl 100 Tellm with S>li. •ivc'l a bron/.e lion: the state B DIES SUDDENLY Mavnard friends just have received word of the sudden death ,if Harry Bracy. 53, of Cedar I'apids, following a heart attack on Friday. Sept, (i. Funeral services were at the 1'ica'ity-Bcurle chapel on Sept. 9 \vilh burial in the Linwood eeme- '< ry. Cedar Rapids. Piacy who was the youngest . inKI of Mr. and Mrs. C. 13. Bracy, was lioin Apr. 20, l!)04 at May- ii:.rd where he lived until about I!>:M when the family moved to '.V.i.ir Rapids. His father pre- ceedi d him in death in May HKHi .Mid his mother in April 1937. and a biot her, Elmer, and a sister, I'iara. He never married. He is .v.irvived by one sister, Mrs. Frank (Kdnai Colhurn. Cedar RapiiK with whom be lived. The Thursday Reading Circle entertained Old Friends Thursday at a 12 o'clock luncheon in the church social room. After the luncheon the following program was given: Welcome by the club president, Mrs. Harriet Smith; response, Mrs. Ethel Clark of Fayrtte. Reading "School Days", Mrs. Carrie Talcott; accordion duet. Jimmy and Janie Ashby. Songs and poems read by Mrs. OariiliiH- Arthur. Reminiscing by Mrs. lien Turner. Closing remarks. Hev. Gale Hawhee. • * • • Harold Ault is in the Sumner hospital He gut his foot in the its average over a], »t da 11 v an i n i.ds | udg CI u 1 •! i IM • v a<>o, 4 lal ion arh of the hoys an.I advisor with it gift. F.F.A. for six classes nd and th pl'cseilteil their III thi 1 eveliih the .Viil) bat!i|ue! .,, Hie Tavcin on the (Ireen. ponsoicd by the John Deere company, wilh !!"i I boj'H, 111 I letideis. .UK! I'.uests pi'c-.sent. 80th Anniversary Observed At Presbyterian Church Maynard (Special i A pageant depicting evi nis in the lu'story of Ihe Preabyterian n ivni chopper, between the Thursday at Swci'iit'V farm. injuring his leg fool and knee the James Mc- oilier H 01 g.ini/aimn in the spring of 1H7Y made up the program Sunday allcrnooii ob serving tin- HI)Ih anniversary nl the laying of the cornerstone on Sept. 21), 11177. Donald K. Fish was the reader and Mrs. Maynard Mem-fee presided al tile organ. The Rev Harold ( ' Anderson. Manchester, pastor of the church in 1907, was present and spoke informally. The regular morning the sbare-a-dish dinner afternoon program dn w mated (ittendancc of 200 members anil friends were present from Waterloo. Manehesler, Fayctle, Oelwein. Wiidena, Lansing, West Union and Ossian. Rev. H. P. Kumpf Honored At Farewell Party Maynard Members of the congregation of the St. Paul's Lutheran church and their families mot at the chinch Wednesday evening. Sept 25. as a farewell courtesy for their pastoi. the Rev. H. P. Kumpf and family. The program made up of readings by Mrs. Dick Rueber. vocal selection by tin- junior mission band directed by Mrs. Gi-rald Warnke with Mrs. Wallei Knleis as accompanist, hymn singing and talks by Gerald Warlike and the Rev. Mr. Kumpf was followed by a pot luck lunch m the social rooms. The Rev. Mr. Kumpf, who is retiring from the active ministry after 45 years of service, has been the local pastor since UI-17. He preached his fan-well sermon Sunday, Set. 2!J. The family left the first of October to make their home m Mason City. F.F.A. To Unite With Other Chapters To Reduce Harvest Accidents Maynard William A. Stephen--, vocational agriculture In- thi- West Central Community school chapter of tin- Future Faril America will join with chapters m an effort to iwn tin- number of corn harvest accident.-, in the corn belt. In studying reports on corn harvest accidents the members noted interesting facts: 1. In most eases the injured man had left the corn picker running while he tried (u clean ur adjust it and 2. Some uf the- mi.;! seu.ui.s accidents occurred wh n guards and shields fur- m -h •.! wilh the machine were nut in place. "'he boys plan to devote time and energy to informing operator.-, ol harvesting machines of their project. So when an F.F.A. buy calls at your home with the vital information, listi n to him even though there may be many years dil 1'erenct- m your ages. They will visit every farmer in the West Central area pointing "'it haxards and asking for a pi 1 dr/,e of safe operation. Farmers who agree that they will do evei-ythiir.', they can to prevent corn harvest accidents will have ;\ special sticker put on their equipment, according to Stephens. "Farm equipment is designed (or safe oiicratiim" says Lurry ,/e.mes. president of the chapter, '•but Hie operator must follow sale rules". "El furls of the state F.F.A. members", he cnirliniic.s, "are helping to cut down '.he number ,if coin harvest accidents. Bui one farmer having an a.cci- is one farmer too Mr. and Mrs. W. Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lenius wt-re Saturday morning callers in the Harry Randall home at Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thyer, Phillip and Debra were Sunday ilmner guests in the home of Mrs. Thyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schroedcr at Strawberry Point. • « • • Mark Rismgcr came home Sunday from Vhe Oelwein hospital where he has been u patient since a car accident. The Hose Hud Rebekah Lodge enter.ained the Fayette County Cmiiujil of Odd Fellows and Rehekahs Thursday evening with a good crowd attending. Pinockle was played at one table and bunco at six tables. Madalyn Olson of Wesl Union received high pri/.e, Mrs. Nodah Hurd of Maynard, low and Mrs. Dondney lit Oclwein, bunco. Lunch was served followed by a social time. Gail Sehr.ider, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schrader, has been in the Oelwein hospital for several days recovering from pneumonia. Geraldine Franks, who teaches in V':-fsUm, Minn., spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cieorge Franks. Rurial rites for Lew Cousins, 60, Elkader, were held here Friday afternoon by Rev. Berse, Methodist pastor at Volga City. Mrs. Cousins is the former Olavine Maxfield , a resident of the Lima, Fayette vicinity years ago. The annual Cemetery dinner will tie Saturday, Oct. 5th. Mrs. A. G. Bonjour and Forrest Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bonjour and family and Ralph and Bernice Bonjour were dinner guests on Saturday in the Russell Dickinson home honoring Mrs. Bonjour on her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Joy Popenhagen and Dora, Joyce and Duane Oelberg attended Dairy Cattle Congress on Sunday. Dora Poperthagen will entertain the Pot Luck Club on Friday evening. Mrs. Earl Stannard entertained on Thursday evening at a party honoring her son, Dennis, on his sixth birthday anniversary. Those present were Patty and Jerry Lambert, Robert Miller, Shirley and Jimmy Mohlis, David and Nancy Dickinson and Janice Stannard, also Mrs. Russell Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ostrander were Friday supper guest in the Frank Thyer home. The Martha circle of the Woman's Society of Christian Service will sponsor a Rummage sale in the Methodist church all day, Wednesday, Oct. 9th. There will be clothing, toys, dishes and other articles too numerous to mention. Lunch will be available. The Thursday Reading Circle members will take a trip to Decorah Thursday, October- 10. Everyone going Should be in Randalia by 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Gordon Trevin returned home Wednesday from LaPorte City where she was caring for her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Bagenstas and babv. CARL ENGLER Maynard, Iowa (12, i a. Mrs. Arthur To Instruct At Craft Show In Waterloo Maynard —• Mrs. Raymond Arthur has been honored by being invited to be the instructor of the copper embossing class at the open house Craft show to be in Waterloo Monday, Oct. 21. Mrs. Hazel Kue'hn, home economist of Black Hawk county, was a guest in the Arthur home Tuesday, Sept. 24, to assist in making plans for the class. Five other crafts will be featured in the show. Save that 1957 CORN CROP BY USING PROPER STORING FACILITIES. WE ARE SELLING LOTS OF THEM. Truck load arriving next week The No. 1100 Economy Corn Crib - $281.00 Maynard Co-operative Co. Maynard, Iowa MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE COMPLETE PROCESSING Phone — 65 !:!:!iiii!»:ii::»:i:::i:i:i::!i:H::::Hil:H:::i:iiiHni:ii:!:i:::i:i!iii:iii:iiii::::i»» ! " NEED EXTRA CLOSET We have a Metal Ward-Robe 26 inch wide with hat shelf, and place for hanging several garments at $24.50. What about an extra Bed. Two sizes of Rollaway Beds. Size 3-3 at $32.50 48 in. at $34.75. 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