Report On Holstein Show At Cattle Congress Waterloo — A hard-working bi and of bovine beauty is m the limelight at the National Holstein Show — a f until re of the N;it;on;(J Dairy Cutlh- Cmi^i-ess here. The H»lstein-Fru'si;tn Association of America reports th.-it Ihe many famous show cows entered in the event — for the most part highly .successful c.'iiiipai^ner.s tin tlic nation's major show circuits rank as 1-o.ually outstanding producers. Continuing progress in hreed- ing fur both type and production i reflected in the lac! that 44 of I lie top-ranking show animals entered in the aged cow class have official production records averaging IT.IiliT Ibs. of milk and Ii7;t.3 Ihs. uf bvitterfat -- nearly three limes the annual production of the average U.S. dairy cow. Among animals topping the class average in the production of both milk and fat is Korsgate Sir Oliver :i'.lHl>;m, exhibited by I. 1 J . Stewart. Maynard. Iowa HIT official 3G5 day production at the age of 2 years 9 months totaled 2U,2l(i Ibs. of milk and 112.1 Ibs. of butterfat. Her record was a Part of the official testing program of The Ilolslein-Friesiaii Association uf America. New Car A Gift To Rev. Kumpf Maynard (Special) — The Rev. II. P. Kumpf, retiring pastor of the St. Paul's Lutheran church, is driving a new car purchased with money recently presented him by the congregation in appreciation of his service here the past ,tei\ years and of his 45 years in I he ministry. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Kumpf and daughter, Carol, lull Wednesday, Oct. 2, to make (heir dome in Mason City. MAYNARD NEWS A0&4 Ticklers By George "Mrs. Grisby! There's a hat that for you!" does something Blanche Knudson Chosen F.F.A. Queen Ma.vnard — Blanche Knudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knudson, has been chosen Sweet- heart of the chapter of the Future Farmers of America of the West Central School. Miss Knudson will reign over all F.F.A. dances during the year and will be honored at (hi- spring F.F.A. dance. She will receive- its Sweetheart jacket in the near future. She is active in chorus, Future Hoinemakers of America and is secretary-treasurer of the student council. She is a member also of the Hope Luther league. Funeral Rites For Fred Goldsberry Maynard (Special) — Graveside services for Fred Goldsberry. H2, were Sunday afternoon, Sept. 29, in the Long Grove Cemetery, Maynard. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Goldsberry and a long time resident of this community many yeans ago. Survivers include his widow, the former Louise Reese of May- nurd; one son, Ronald, F;iirbank; a sister, Mrs. Carl (Alice) Goldsberry, Independence; six grandchildren and fun; 1 #ivat -grandchildren. He was preceded in deiif!) by u .son, Edward, a daughter, Elhi'i, and an infant son. Mr. Goldsberry diud Sept. 27, at the University hoapitul. Jown City, as u result of burns recelvud earlier that day ut tils home in Fairbank. Funeral services were Sunday ut the Brandt chapel. Oelwein. Mrs. Zeigler And Son In Hospital After Car Crash Maynard (Special) -- Mrs Harold Zeigler, 2(5, and her 10 month oh) sun. Robert. Westgate, were taken to the Oelwein hospital Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 2, aboiif !) p.in following a two- car crash at a road inlersection one mile ninth and one mile west of Maynard. Both suffered skull fracture,-, and were unconscious [or a tune and in critical condition. Mrs. Theodore Racther. !il>. mother of Mrs. Zeigler, a passenger in the Zeigler car. suffered a concussion, cuts and bruises and was hospitali/.i'd. Driver of the o[her car was Floyd Buhr, 17. jij.so of Westgate. Passengers in his cur were Jerry Meyer, 15, and George Stein- bronn.IV. All suffered minor cuts and bruises and wero released after treatment The three boys, all members "I the West Central football team, were returning to their homes following practice. According to highway pii(rol- miin, Frank DavU, there were no rttop Hlgns ill the intersection and I hi 1 view wiis unobstructed. Both curs sverc completely demolished, minding fimwrti, and other »s sintlnK, I "lit Itciiv.v ecirti borer damage plus heuvy stalk growth will make working In the corn fikis doubly d(Uigerou;i this fall. "But you can still keep yourself from becoming an accident WANTED FARM LISTINGS We have several persons interested in buying farms in this area. DON C. CRANDALL Oelwein, Iowa Now that fall House Cleaning time \& at hand you will want to redecorate the Dining Room and Living Room with new and fresh paper. Now is the time as we have a very good selection to choose from at reduced prices. Also waxes and polish. SPECIAL 2pc. Living Room Set in very good condition. Priced at $37.50 at DELSING FURNITURE Phon* 7508 Mayoard. la. iimii;!;!!»!i!!!!iiiiiwH5!i!!Sw;!!!P;K=;»!!ij;»-» Twenty-nine New Members For F.F.A. Maynard (Special) — The Went Central F.F.A. recently Initiated 29 Green hands bringing the total membership to 03. Five of its members will represent the chapter at the national convention in Kansas Ci t y, Mo., Oct. 14-17. Columbus Day, October 12, 1892 Observed By Mrs. Gamier Maynard — On Oct. 12, 1892 Mrs. Henry Gamier, was ont- of the 1000 pupils then attending the Froebel school in Chicago, III., who stood in the street before the school to repeat the pledge of allegiance to the flag in observance of the discovery of America 400 years earlier by Christopher Columbus. All Chicago schools celebrated [he day in the same way. Columbus Day, Oct. 12, is now a holiday observed in all the United States and in some South American countries. According to the library of Congress, Francis Bellemy, a Rome, N.Y., school teacher and writer, wrote the nation's pledge of allegiance to theflag in 1892. Three Safety Rules For Corn Pickers Maynard — The F.F.A. of the West Central Community school is continuing its efforts to reduce the number ol accidents during ihu corn hiiryest season by re- .•jtijtijjt)!'". say;, William A. Stephens, their advisor. Corn harvesting equipment U designed by the manufacturer for siiie operation—-but the operator must follow th« rules, "Tho picker svi|l dug more of-. ten than you'd like", they sny, "and thut in normal. Hut curb your impatience und turn off the power every time you leave the seat." Trying to go too fast will cause more clogginH than necessary. Thi) most dangerous time of nil. thy wiirn, is Just before quitting time when Ihe worker is tired and in a hurry to finish another row or two before durk. They conclude their publicity efforts with three rules to make picker operation safer: 1. Shut off power to the picker before leaving the seat; 2. Wear close- filtioii I'lothtiu thut vxiLU..r><it <iulol» on moving parts and if you wear gloves do not wear the double thumb variety; and 3. Keep till guards «nd shields In pliice, especially on the power take-off shaft, "Follow these three rules," says Lurry Jeanes, president of the West Central chapter, "and you'll get through the picking season with small chance of accident." Vour sincere cooperation will help the F.F.A. boys ring up an accident-free record for Fayette county during the 1B57 corn harvest season, concludes the advisor. W.S.C.S. Complete Plans For Annual Dinner Maynard — All four circles of the W.S.C.S. meeting Thursday, Oct. 3, completed plans for their annual dinner and ba/.aar later this month. Mrs. Hugo Schai'f entertained 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 Pads — __ Complete printing service —- ALL STANDARD FORMS — for every purpose Process Embossing — Photo Offset — Cut Service FAYETTE COUNTY LEADER Northeast Iowa's Fattest Growing Weekly Newspaper Fayette, Iowa Phone 11 Top-Dress Alfalfa This Fall; Up Hay Yields, Cut Feed Costs lop-dressed pasture (rl s ht) outyielded unfertilized pasture n y , * £",$"* * , ha ' f ° f , d y, y wciRllt nlfalfa " cr acre •>« «'»t cut- Ing While sprlnp or fall (op dressing are bolh effective (all top dressing sometimes gives higher returns. ..- iilfalfa this •• fall with phosphato-pdtash fertili/.er cii» add extra years i>f profitable prudui'tion to your lields, reports the Middle West Hull Improvement Committee. This uu'uns yuu ean nave money on rt'-u-i-dlng and lund he winter in vigorous shape or early, thick growth in the spring. Your fertilizer applications .should be tailored to the soil's need for phosphate and potash A soil test i-nii provide information that will guidt you in adding the amount and ratio fitUiiH. _..„ Another benefit is thut hnv I " f rer i l ' 1 ? l '» 1 oe st suited to keep- yields can be lurner next year, i l ." K _, fn . a on a lliflh Pvoduc- """' low . - • This Imv eust feed enn help keep down the cost of producing milk mid meat. Midwestern ugronom ists point out that well fed alfalfa plants store up nutrients in their roots in the full. This i ... -— -• ...i.. . t4ii ui. l| .11-u V helps them to cume through ent is needed. . """ basls - , In some states agronomists -ay it is profitable to apply Irom 'MW io 5UO pounds per •it-re of a fertilizer such as 11-20-10, 0-20-20, 0-10-20 or 0-10- :1U. Mixtures with boron added -an be used where this nutri- 15 members of the Ruth circle ut her Inline svith Mrs. Garlund •Trowi-r iis eo-liostess. The devotions wen: led by Mrs. J. T. Parkt 1 and Mrs. II. H. Nicholson. This group received pledges of one dollur toward the work- First Homecoming For West Central Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood. Jan, Joel and Jeri, visited recently in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wood sr., OeJwein. • • • « Mrs. James Leveringjon left Wednesday, Oct. 2, for Union City, Wis., to visit relatives. • • • • • There was no school on Wednesday, Oct. 9, to allow the teachers !o attend the Fri-county institute' in Oelwr-in that day. • • • « •Jan Wood is jhe new carrier for the Oelwein Register in Maynard. • • • • Mrs. Chester (Anna) Gray was a Thursday, Oct 3, guest of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnholt. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Fred Chevalier and Mrs. Clyde Sisk. all of Waterloo. • • • • Mrs. Victor Steege and Mrs. J. T. Parke were in Fayette Friday, Oc!. 4, to attend the Farm Bureau Women's training class for township leaders. The lesson on Free- xer Management will be given by them Thursday afternoon, Oct. 17 :jt the Gene Brownell home. Any woman interested is welcome to attend. There will be a bulb and plant exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Armentrout returned Monday, Sept. 30, from a two-week vacation jrjp to points uf interest in the southwestern states. • • • • « Mrs. Essie MeMaster left Thursday, Oct. 3, for a several weeks visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. La Verne Sturch, FYi'Oport, 111. Mrs. Erma Simpson is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Rech- Community School temeyer, and family, Kent, 111. MAYNARD — The first annu- " " * * Homecoming for the West Mr - a "d Mrs. Herbert Claffey, mage clays. The Naomi circle which meets in the evening was entertained 5>i.), one ooiiin inward me WOIK- ' ••"••"••••"•nf, i»i m<. m-m .... - •• iiiK fund und planned for a rum- f>nlral Community school dis- Wakasha, Wis., are guests of her sale within the next few t«'"--t *«« on Friday, O.-t. 4. *'^r. Mrs. jSteHa Glew ; A parade of class floats led by Ihe marching hand, under the di- Guests the past week in the reelioti of Edward Laettier, band Ray Wood home were Mr. and by Mrs. Osi-ur Sykc-s with Mrs. m.struclor, and a pep meeting Mrs. Albert Duncan, Strawberry Elmer Reic-U leailinK <"'' devo- made up the afternoon program. Point on Wednesday, Oct. 2, and lions. Guests were Mrs Minnie In the evening a football gome Mrs. Jessie Hauser and Mrs. Guy Hoggess und Mrs. F.inma Swarls. 'Between Klkader and West Cen- Martin. Oelwein on Thursday, Iral resulted in a victory for Oct. 3. KlUader, score 19-7. At the half « • • • the nueen was crowned. Iva Mae Eleanor Holmes, a student Buhr ;md Joan Nus tied for lion- nurse, Cedar Rapids, spent Fri- The eight members present re ported 12 sick culls and money was received for the working f um ] Mrs Robert Hou.net, Mrs. Uog- ors. Attendants were Sharon Jip- day, Oct. 4. with her parents, Mr. gess and Mrs. Wilbur Culbertson son, Marlys Senior, Janice and Mrs. Sam Holmes, and at- reeejvcd the honors during Ihc uames conducted by Mrs/ Leo lore* Sle.ffi,,.... Anderson. Special honor was A dance in , , Hoehne, Carolyn Meyer and De- tended the homecoming activities . ut.tW. Wj^C.nl.T.1 Wb<iol. ' the Community Excavation work for the new residence of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. ' given Mrs. Boggess whose birth- hull followed the game. day was Sept. 'M. . Mrs. Merrill Glew was a guest Second District Committeewo- Sewell, one block south of Main Martha m.,n, will be the speaker. street, began Saturday, Oct. 5. ATTENTION LADIES Illyria Holm-makers Club (Hit M flj ^ 'NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dowing of the 15 members uf th circle of tin- W.S.C.S when it met Thursday afternoon. Oct. ,'i, in the home uf Mrs. Hoy (!|i-w with Mrs. Olio Vugt us co-lmst- L'SS. The devotional part of the program svas on the theme. "Shall I or Shall 1 Not," led by Mrs. Harold Arthur with Mrs. Fred Shellon reading Ihe uccom- paning scripture. The entertainment Mi-,s) will meet with Mrs. Hurold Strong on Fridiiy afternoon. lsland , u and 0,;,,l,cr 11. at 2:00 .PM. All Illy- Q * Manchester, vis- na ,i.wiishi|i lad.es are invited WedrieS day evening in the r *- y '' """ Durcy home. tu Mrs. Chirk Voshell will give a li ssoii on cheeses. i'utiiiim Township ladies will 1:1- et with Mrs. Arthur Talcott, i.s in Friday, October 2f>, at 1:30. Les- ehargi 1 of Mrs. V. M. Perry wi;h son will be on Free/.er Meal Man- Mr 1 , and Mrs. Ed Daris, visited this week in the Pete and Harold Aelberg homes. • * • « Mrs. Arthur, Mrs. Halph Cole and Mrs. Harry Allman winning honors. Twelve sick calls were reported for the month, to l. r > members of the F.sther Mrs. Lee Candee was hostess HrowiieH's. There will also be a circle the same afternoon. Devo- plant or bulb exchange. lions taken from the "Upper ~.. Hoom" and Together magazine, p yette County Farm were led by Mrs. Kenneth Gray, ' .... who also had charge of the entertainment, Mr . and Mrs . Joy Darai M[ , and , Mrs RuMeH p ope nhagen and family and Mrs. ,eme,,t. Everyone welcome. A lesson on "F ree/.er Manage- Rl ]Sandhngen ond baby -attend- a family dinner Sunday in the u suffice men!" will be given to the Harlan township ladies Thursday after- ^^^"'w^d'homT'aT. Oelwein. noon, October 17th, aj Mrs. Gene , , . • Among jhose from a distance who attended the cemetery dinner here Saturday .were i.Mrs. Wida Preston, Aberdeen, Wash. o A i M »:„« Mrs - ArlL 'y Bemiss, Chandler, Bureau Annual Meeting Ari ., Mr and Mrs Herbert Jones Official invitations have been alK j daughter, Marshalltown .and mailed to the 217H members of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oelburg, the Fayette County Farm Bureau, Marquette. asking their attendance at the county annual meeting in Fay- jj m an d Alan Davis attended a (•tic on Monday evening, Octo- c£ ,al e sale at Lancaster, Wis., ber H. The meeting will open Saturday. ul 7:15, in the Colgrove-Walker Auditorium. Most important business WSSTFIELP WORTHY WINNERS Mr. and Mrt>. Clint Vargason report their son, Delbert, i.s now taking his recruit training in the navy at San Diego, Calif., and Cluxton would be glad to hear from his Maynard friends. His address is: Delbert E. Vargason, 973707B, S. treasurer for the rnueling will be the final amendment and adoption of the organization's farm policy rcso- The, mppj W g ,of fte, We, hit ions the election of township Worthy Winners 4-H club und county officers, and consider- held at the Farm Bureau Bulld- Sn of progress reports. ing Saturday, October 5, 1957. Farm Bureau President Clair Jams Bennington, our new presi- Recruit Trainging Command U.S. Naval Training Center San Diego 33, California their bUP reports to CALENDAR OF EVENTS Monday, October 14 County Women's officers wide workshop at the Farm Bureau vcy < building at 10:00 A.M. Speaker County Farm Bureau Annual ,be meeting ut the Colgrov Auditorium in Fayette P.M. Saturday, October 19 and sang several 4-H songs. The offi- of cers elected at the September make meeting were installed. Jl^en we mem- had a style revue during which the club members sho^gd the "The county Resolutions com- visitors some of t he ^ings they mittee, headed by chairman May- had made in their sewing jH-oject. d Menefee of F B yet t e will The program .closfd ^ •»•l^et on Thursday, October 10, to g,rl. .mg,-g "Dreamm ' the at 8:00 nflUlJL Ull 1 IIMI aV*t*J (»-'*•»*- --' -J. * * « •»« %* draft policy resolutions, which We plan to haw J" HaUoween a e based on results of a county- party October M On tfte food wide membership opinion sur- committee are Kaye Vau|Sickle, last week. Judy LangerWsm 'and ' Kathy the evening will Lambert. Entertainment .^ommit- Cook of Iowa Farm tee is Dorthea §cbjiety, Lois oines. Entertain- Bennington, and Sh'aroh Thyer. de the Women's The decoration committee is F-,mi Bureau Chorus and sever- Janis Bennington, Kolleen Anfin- al vocal numbers. son and .Joyce Oelberg , - . Pountv Farm 'Bureau Presi- W,e-arfl Jiappy to-weli Farm Bureau TV Series, Ch'an- ^° " r „ mem berB new members into our club nel 2, 12, 30, first Show - Fayette dent Ctexton urges •» ™£ Qf are %^xfa?$fa & County, "What is a farm and »/t^ «£^ ox ^ Diane Scheid jj nda NUeS| what are the Farmers Problems. Tuesday, October 22 Women's Rural-Urban Banquet at the Farm Bureau building at 7:00 P.M- Mrs. J. S. ,V»n Wert, the .elections.
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