Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 4
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, October 24, 1957
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PIXLER'S Farm Store ANTIFREEZE PERMANENT TYPE Gallon can $2.19 Case lots per yal. $2.10 15 gal. Drum per gal. $1.98 MENTHENAL TYPE Gallon can .89c 50 ft. Slat Cribbing $10.00 75 ft. Slat Cribbing $15.00 Plastic Crib Cover with ventilator $26.95 The Wadena Wonder Workers 4-H Club 'I'll' 1 n-gular mf-eting of the VV.itl'iia Wonder Workers was held ill the W;i(leu;i library on t >ct 12 We initiated and installed new members and they are Hit;i .lellmiis. Janet Kriekson, De- lonaee 'Pranks, and Carol Mathys. We also installed the new officer into their offices. We had a delicious lunch served by our hostess. Kileen Kuhens. The next meeliiiL,' will he held ;it the Wadena library oti Nov. !i at I HO |i in hours before a Navy IWar plane Teachers'' association rescued them and took them on schoolhoWSe Tuesday to Japan. All the boys lost every- ~ thing but the clothes they were wearing and considered themselves very fortunate that none were seriously injured. Bender expects to return to the United States in February. His wife lives in Cedar Rapids. CUB SCOUT MEETING SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27 Cub Scut Pack HI will hold then iei;u/ai meeting Sunday. ( >( t .'7 it the I,e U 'ion Hall There will be a pot-luck supper at Vti'M) p in Fii: new i< i t/imdv aft': libs tins meeting llllllllll BY LOIS DAVIS 15 Yards Tc Go "Hold that line!" Feel are stamping. The crowd is roaring. Excitement fills the air. It's the fourth quarter and the score is tied. There's color and action aplenty on "Homecoming Week End" — and it's not confined to the gridiron either! In the stands the spectators are gaily garbed — some with huge, colorful mums — others waving brightly-colored banners — almost everyone sit ling on plaid blankets — a few even attired in racoon coats. Venders make their way through the bleachers with tempting mustard- loppod hots. Why this word picture? Well, it's simply a way of pointing out thai football — like so many other fall events — is made-lo- order for MOVIES! Color . . . action — movies capture it all. everything but the aroma of the popcorn! And the parade! It's made-lo-order for movies. If you've been thinking about movies, there's no betler time to slart than now — and no better PLACE lo start than right here at our store. We'll show you the why's and wherefore's of all the new Kodak movie cameras — from the $29.95 Brownie Movie Camera on up. So, before you lake thai seal on the SO yard line, come here first! DAVIS REX ALL ROGER BENDER NARROWLY ESCAPES DEATH Mayn.fi d Mi and Mrs. Wilbur Heiidei have M-i'rlved word that then- on. A:! c Hoger Hen dcr. who his been stationed on the island of Guam the past 14 months, nanowly escaped death when the ('-17 m which he was making a trip f'i<-ni Iwa Jima to Japan developed engine double and made a crash landing in the ocean They were on a raft for two Agriculture Class Students Take A Trip To Missouri Maynard Hoys from the Wcs( Central Community school's ,agi iciilture class accompanied by Superintendent. William A Tock. left Sunday. Oct. l.'t, for the National convention of the Future Fanners of America, being held this week in Kansas, Mo. Hoys making the trip are Larry .leanes. local president; Larry Hender. vice-presiden; Larry Harrison, treasurer; Larry Aiders. West Central's public speaker for I ho year, and Hobby Banc, the parlimentai ian. An expected attendance of 100.01)0 boys will be present from -Pt states and foreigncoiintries. The boys will return on Friday at the close of the convention. MAYNARD P.T.A. OCTOBER 22 Maynard -- "What Does Our Community Need in Order to (.live Its Young Citizens A Strong Spiritual Education" was the topic discussed at the meeting of the Maynard Parent- RAISE YOUR STANDARD OF LIVING ! BUY A HOME NOW Modern- Completely Remodeled, Automatic Heat: 2 bedroom, insulated, oil furnace, garage, will sell on contract. 2 bedroom, attached garage, best of locations. 3 bedroom, garage, at campus. 4 bedroom, double parage, on pavement. Buy For Less — Remodel to suit yourself: 2 bedroom, modern, full basement. 4 bedroom, redecorated, beautiful lot. 5 bedroom, now filled with student roomers. FARMERS, choose your farm from these: 240 acres, you can't find a better one. 237 acres, near Fayette, will contract. 213 acres, high producing farm, $200 /acre. 129 acres. $15,000.00. REMEMBER, We help you finance ! Bob Anthony John Hofmeyer FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Licensed Brokers Phone 14 Fayette, Iowa at the evening, Oct. 22, beginning at t! p.m. On the panel were Mrs. William Tock whose sub-topic was "Religious Spirit Within the Home"; Clair Claxton leading t h e discussion o n ''Making Church Attendence A Habit"; the Rev. IT. L. Bryant, "Meeting Spiritual Needs of Children"; and Harry Allman, "Teacher and the Church". On the lunch committee for the social hour to follow were kindergarten mothers: Mrs. Willaid Miehe, room mother, Mrs. Charles Werden, Mrs. Duane Taylor and Mrs. John Fuller; also lima Mil lor, Marjory Bonnstelter and lialph DHozier. Honor Students At West Central Community School Maynard — Only one of the 211 studi nls on the honor roll for the first six-week period in the West Central Community school had a straight A record. He was Runald Bencke, a senior. Others on the roll include the billowing: Seniors Marilyn Arthur, .loan Nus, Richard Tock, Ronald Hiockiuan, Mary Aline Roquet anil Larry Hender. Juniors Harold Ingels, Virginia Henniges, Geneva McComi), Sharon Jipson, Barbara Fish, Lois Woods, Joyce Wright, Sophomores Alice Ingels, Marilyn Potratz, Carolyn Meyer, Dale Ruusch, Karen Wolf, Margaret Eldrldge. James Dolise. Freshmen Janet Garnler, Ropette Bruner, Sandra Fortune, Judy Hoeger, Sandra Ltiucr, Kay Leverington and Mardelle Parkinson. Nellie Maynard, Jess Roe Are Married October 12 Maynard Mrs. Nellie Maynard, Maynard. and Jess E. Roe, Oelwein, were married Wednesday, Oct. 10. at 2 p.m. at the Presbyiei ian manse in Maynard with the Rev. C. H. Willemssen officiating at the double ring service. For her wedding the bride wore an ice blue lace dress, pearl necklace and callings with a pink rose corsage. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Larson, Oelwein. Mrs. Larson is a sister of the bridegroom. When they left following the cerenioney on a motor trip to an undisclosed destination. Mrs. Roe was wearing a leal 1 hie dress with navy accessories. They will he at home after November 1 at 25-fith Ave., S.W. Oelwein. 4 Mis. J. K. Martels was a recent visitor in the home of her son. Ralph, in Lansing. Mrs. Frank Klinker spent sev- veral days this week with Mrs. Frank Whitney anil daughters. • • • • Mrs. Eiiiia Simpson and Mrs. Ellen Simpson visited their niece, Mrs. George Carley, Randalia, from Wednesday until saturdav. Oft. 10-11). . » * * Mrs. Flora Seely, 92, who has been in the Day Convalescent Home, Oelwein, since in April, is now able to walk about her room unassisted. Mrs. Seely broke her hip on March 30th. Mr. And Mrs. Hugh Armentrout Enjoy Vacation Trip Maynard — Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Arini ntrout recently returned from ;i (i.000 mile vacation trip through 14 states in the southwest. Knroiite they visited several relatives and friends as well as points of interest. Among those visited was Melvin Shepherd at Iridio, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd recenty moved from Oelwein to Iwlio where he has a new jewelry store. While in California they were guests in ,he home of a cousin, Charley Frink, Stockton, of Mildied Wilcox and the Walter Wilbanks in Glendale, and the Tom Caldwells in North Hollywood. Others visited include Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duff in Yuma, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blake, Mountain Home, Ark., and Jake Gin- gcrick, Clark, Mo. They attended Red Foley's Country Jubilee at Springfield, Mo., and on Sept. 25 they celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary al Cotter, Ark., with their cousins, the Dale Blakes as their dinner guests. 250 Cub Scouts Attended Annual Pow-Wow Maynard — An estimated 250 Culj Scout leaders of the Wapsi- pinieon iiren attended the see. ond annual Pow-Wow at the Community hall Sunday, Oct. 13, from 2 to 8 p.m. The Rev. Glenn Utterback, Nashua, was the general chairman with Dnvid Parsons and Robert Bergman in charge of local arrangements, Chairmen of the four sessions were Morris Cox, Waterloo, games; Dan Nutt, Waterloo, ceremonies and stunts; Mrs. Pricilla Cox, Waterloo, Mrs. Dorothy James, Cedar Falls, and Mrs. UUerbaek, themeci-aft; and Tom Philips, Decorah, pack administration. There was a fine display of games and crafts. Joint chairmen of the banquet were Al Hyman and Rueben Koob, Oelwein. Dwight Dirken, Ingawanis chef, made the kitch- an arrangements. mimnumiHtHiitmuHtmmtuitn I THANK NITE $25.00 This Saturday Bimnwnr -nHi-r-inHint-Hrnr-!!i ur-m • •iisurtriiiiiiw«»i»wiimHii)aa»wiM<i'w ^'»»in-iKutm- Rural Schoolhouses Sold At Public Auction Maynard — On Thursday, Oct. 10, seven unused rural schoolhouses and their contents in the newly reorganized West Central Community school district were sold at public auction. John Thiele was auctioneer and Maynard Savings Bank, clerk. Buyers of the schoolhouses. were William Block, Frank Fitz, Walter Buhr, Lyle Arthur, Lyle Lamphier, Gene Brownell and C. M. Barker. The houses were located in Center Township No. ti and No. 5, Harlan township No. 1, and Nos. 1, 4, 7 and 9 in Freemont township. VIGORTONE FEED SUPPLEMENTS are in HIGH CONCENTRATED form - - - No excess bulk - Cut Protien bills in % HALF !! FOUR EASY WAYS TO FEED Miss Ruth Wlnert spent several days recently with her friend, Mrs. Maynard Mem-fee, enroute from her home in Sacramento, Calif., to the east coast. The ladies were classmates through high school and college. # • • • Mrs. Teena McCauky has moved here the past week from Waterloo ami is now located with her sister, Mrs. H. H. Nicholson. • • • • Those coming from a distance to attend tho funeral services of William Thiele Saturday, Oct. 12, were Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Thiele and family, Elkhart, Inch; Robert Alderson and son, Larry, Osceola, Ind.; Marvin Simpson, North l_,ake, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gunderman and Mrs. Glen Paulson, Dysart. » m • • • Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Judas spent the week-end of Oct. 11-14 visiting in the home of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nichols, Minneapolis, Minn. m # • » Mrs. V. M. Perry left Thursday for a week's visit in the home of her brother, Harold Burdick, Vernon Center, Minn. * * • » Marilyn Marie, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Zimmerman, Waterloo, was baptized Sunday morning, Oct. 13, at the Presbyterian church by the Rev. C. H. Willemssen. Mrs. Zimmerman is the former Ruth Patridge. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Carlson and family, Laurens, were weekend visitors of friends in Maynard. Carlson was the former vocational agriculture instructor in the Maynard Consolidated school. * * • • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trotter left Wednesday, Oct. 9, on a motor trip to points in Nebraska. • * # • Larry Slvadle who recently received his honorable discharge after serving four years in the air force returned home the last of the week for a visit in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ruth Shadle. • » » • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henning, Dubuque, were Sunday guests of Rev. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Willemssen. • 25th Wedding Anniversary Observed By Mr. And Mrs. Elmer Klink Maynard — The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Klink was observed at their home southeast of Maynard Sunday, Oct. 0, with their four children as hosts and hostesses. Open house was from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Several gifts were brought by the guests present from Waterloo, Elkader, Oelwein, Fayette, Stanley and Maynard, Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vandersee, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Klink, Westgate; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klink, Marshalltown; and Carol at home. There are nine grandchildren. Nancy Samuelson Has Birthday Party Maynard — Mrs. Tom Samuelson entertained at her home Monday afternoon, Oct. 7, from 2 to 4 p.m. in honor of her daughter, Nancy's, fourth birthday anniversary. The children spent the time with toys and opening the birthday gifts while the mothers visited. The birthday cake, baked by Nancy's paternal grandmother, Mrs. Nick Samuelson, was decorated with dolls around a Maypole. Those present included Mrs. Vivian Hubbell and Connie, Mrs. Richard Guenther and Janette, Mrs. Herman Gadow jr. and Lonnie, Sheryl Samuelson of Stanley, the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Marion Donot and Mrs. Nick Samuelson. NEW CHUR C H CLASSES ADDED Maynard — The church school of the Emmanuel Methodist church has been enlarged by the addition of three new age groups making 11 classes in all. The kindergarten became a separate department under the direction of Mary Ellen Leverington. The Young Churchman class for all post high school unmarried youth will meet with Mrs. Herbert Bryant as the teacher. Arnold Langer will conduct the LIMA NEWS ~ The Happy Valley Club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Poor. Ten members were present and each made a Halloween mask for roll call. Mrs. Ralph Keig had a pie contest for the program. • • • • Mrs. Ray Warner, Mrs. Ralph Schuety and Mrs. Evlon Mauer attended the Lutheran Missionary circle Rally Friday at Fredricksburg. • • • • The Volga Valley Club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Don Murphy, six members answered toil call by telling of the most interesting place they saw this summer. Mrs. Jim Davis had a contest for program. • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Buckmas- ters, Mrs. Marie Solomon, Delares and Darlene took a clrive Thursday over into Wisconsin to Gays Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Ray, Warner and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Oelberg went on Sunday. All brought home apples. class for young married couples under the age of 30. With the addition of one new class in the Presbyterian church school, with Mrs. Don Lowry as teacher, there are now 11 classes. At its recent promotion day exercises awards of pinwreaths and bars were presented the following: Valerie Hubbell for her second year of perfect attendance; Gary Gamier for his third year; Paul and James Willemssen for six years each; and Joel Brockman who has a record of 12 years of perfect attendance. Rena Westra Guest Speaker At Manchester Maynard — Rena D. Westra, R.N., and director of education of the School of Nursing at McCormick hospital, Chiengmai, Thailand, was the guest speaker at the li... >.i >.i -it. in^cuuoS of Dubuque presbyurial to be in Manchestc. on fue^day, Oct. 22, and in Lansing on Weuii^day, Oct. 2J. Both days meetings begin at 9:30 a.m. wnh Mrs. Joon W. lutein, Marynard, presb>ieri- al president presiding. Miss Westra comes from -Michigan and had her training at the Butterworth School of Nursing, Grand Rapids. She has studied on a joint fellowship at Columbia University, New York City, and at Indiana University Hospital, Blooniington, Ind. She was appointed by the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions for service in China in 1936 and served there until expelled by the communists on 48 hours notice in 1950. Reassigned by the Board to Thailand, she joined the McCormick hospital staff in 1952. Curriculum planning, working out schedules for about 100 nurses, recruiting faculty and teaching are among her responsibilities. McCormick. is the oldest Christian hospital in Thailand and is under the jurisdiction of the United Church of Christ in Thailand. The Thai government provides scholarships for 10 hand-, picked girls each year to major in public health nursing with the promise that the students return to their own areas upon graduation to set up public health programs and remain on the job to carry out the program for at. least eight years. The theme of the presbyterial's program is "Unto the Least o{J These" with special emphasis on, the work of the World Service* department. Officers training classes for local officers will be- in charge of the officers of the Dubuque presbyterial. 1. PRE-MIXED WITH RATION. 2. ADDED TO THE FEED OR MASH AT FEEDING TIME. 3. COMBINED WITH ONE OR MORE PRO- TEINS SELF-FED AGAINST GRAIN. 4. FED SEPARATELY IN FREE CHOICE FEEDERS IN ADDITION TO ANY OF THE ABOVE METHODS. JEROME YEAROUS Fayette Theater THURS. FR1. SAT. OCT. 24 — 25 — 26 MAMIE VAN DOREN LOR1 NELSON ~~ IN "UNTAMED YOUTH" We will stop the Show and announce the Thank Nite Winners. -»•• * • • • • »i SUN. MON. TUES. OCT. 27 — 28 — 29 EDDIE FISHER DEBBIE REYNOLDS IN "BUNDLE OF JOY" (In Technicolor) Matinee Sunday Have you tried our New Laundry Service? We have the agency for McGOWENS OP WATERLOO UNIVERSITY CLEANERS 100 N. Maine — Phone 152 iiminsnmrimiririimnimiH !» Now that fall House Cleaning time is 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 i 2pc. UvjngtRoom Set; in very good Condition.

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