The Bayard News from Bayard, Iowa on October 16, 1975 · Page 2
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Bayard, Iowa
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Thursday, October 16, 1975
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THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1975 ESTABLISHED 1880 The Bayard News A weekly newspaper published every Thursday by the Bavard News. Bayard. Iowa CENTRAL IOWA PUBLISHING. INT. Publishers KENNETH ROBINSON Editor Second class postage paid at Bayard. Jov.a 5X)29 SUBSCRIPTIONS 56 in Iowa $7 Elsewhere NATtONAL NEWSPAPER · THIS J N THAT By M A H V I.CJL'ISE ROBINSON In our beautiful, bright, blue October weather, Blanche Hidlebaugh in Bagley has been picking both raspberries and strawberries. The latter are pretty good size and very sweet, she says, due to the sunshine they -and we - have been enjoying....Said sunshine has done a marvelous job of drying the beans and the corn, too....But; just to remind you that it might get coid. Ron Johnson has a couple of oil burners he'll give away to anyone who might want them. Might call 427-5429 before you drive out in the country to see afxml them. -M- Of all the Beautiful People we have known, none was lovelier than dear Beth Lawlor, 46, of rural Madrid. We have known her lo these m a n y years when her husband, Conrad, and Ken ran lor state office. Beth had an inner glow and a supreme calm. With a house full of five sons and one daughter, she never appeared fluslerc-d. lielh was killed Saturday in an auto accident on one of those awfui washboard grave] roads. What a loss. -MA Bagley couple had dinner out Saturday, just th* t w o of them. They decided to celebrate the tact that all the corn was picked. Now that's something worth celebrating. The past two Saturdays we have had the pleasure of attending two lovely weddings, each different from the usual pattern of event and each differing from the other Marilyn Francis, who lived in Bayard when her father was school superintendent, and Rod Drake were married October 4. They walked down different aisles, unaccompanied and met at (he altar to exchange the vows they had written. Parents of the couple were brought into the serivce, thanked, so to speak, for having raised them, cared for them and educated them. Each pair of parents was asked if it was their wish that Rod marry Marilyn and Marilyn marry Rod....Fortunately, all agreed! -M- Last Saturday Jim Greenfield and Qwana McLester of Des Moines were married in Sacred Heart Church in West Des Moines. This is one of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen. The couple walked down the aisle together and welcomed their friends, thanking them for putting forth the effort to attend tneir wedding. Their attendants had a part in the ceremony, reading scripture and poetry. The church was softly lighted with many candles and soft recordings of the couple's favorite songs preceded the ceremony. '.The priest had a soft, melodious voice, just right for this service. All the guests were asked to renew their wedding vows, with the couple C F Greenfield and Owana's parents also had a part in the service, preparing the communion for them Il was a lovely, intimate experience. -M- The reception was not called a reception but a party and included a Dixieland jazz band for dancing and a buffet supper....Jim and Owana walked among their guests greeting them. There was no reception line The writer in our family, Ken, thinks Jim ought to be in the writing field in some way, instead of working with figures for dear old Drake University. The two had written their own vows, as had M a r i l y n and Rod The United Methodist priest performing the first marriage was Rev Anthony Pettrone, which is straight from Italy. He has been told often that his is a "strange" name for a Methodist minister. -M- Went to Sioux City and had a great time at the Iowa Library Association convention. Happy to see Ken installed as a member of the board of ILA. The new president is Judy Ellis, director of all the libraries of Davenport. She is Frank Warren's boss lady. Later, by car, I visited the «ure but didn't find MY shoe»....Djd find a pair that had never been worn in my 7AAA site. The store that had given the shoes to Goodwill had marked the pair down to «. when I took them to the counter the clerk looked elsewhere for the price and said they were $2.87. I said I'd changed my mind and took them back to the rack. Cheap skate. MRS ROBERTSON HONORED -Mr and Mrs W C Robertson were guests of honor at dinner at the Club Escadrille in Perry Saturday evening honoring Mrs Robertson on her birthday. Hosts were Mrs Jerilynn Lucbt and Don Denman of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Dean Robertson, Curt, Lori and Jason. THIRD BIRTHDAY -Mr and Mrs Jim Rumelhart of Waukee entertained at dinner Thursday evening honoring their daughter, Jennifer, on her third birthday. Guests were Mrs Dwight Hoi- brook of Dexter; Mrs Louis Buhr. Mrs Sue Ayers and Keith and Mrs Marion Vaughan. MR OCHELTREE HONORED -Mr and Mrs W O Ocbeltree were guests of Mr and Mrs Raymond Ocheltree at dinner Monday evening at Coon Rapids. W L, brother of Raymond, wa? honored on his birthday. While in So City I looked up Goodwill to see if I could buy back some shoes I had put in the Good will box in Bayard. The gal I talked loin the office said it wasn't far from the Hilton Inn, so 1 started to walk. The Hilton is a part of a spacious, new complex.!..but just a mere two blocks from this mall, So City does not look quite so good. As I walked things got to looking worse, so I turned around to return to the Inn I suppose I should have been Haltered, old as I am, but when one of Ihe citizens asked me a question, as he slightly siaggered, I increased my walking speed considerably. STEEL POSTS 6' -- $1.96 w-Fasteners 6W -- · $2.11 w-Fasteners Pressure Treated WOOD POSTS ~ $1 ' 9 ° 5V2 ' /X 8 ' ~ $4 - 86 116' Combination Panels $13.85 WOVEN WIRE (11 GA. Heavy) 20 Rd. Roll 39 " ~~ $68 - 2 ° 32// ~ $59 -35 SLAT CRIBBING $21.50 Roll BUILDING SUPPLY CO. SIXTH BIRTHDAY -Mrs Harry Shackelford entertained Tuesday afternoon, October 7 honoring her daughter, Debra, or, her sixth birthday. Debra's guests were Stacy Mozena and Laurie Eddy. Birthday cake and ice cream were served. 651-2910 BAYARD. IOWA MRS BUHR HONORED -Mesdames Marie Caraher of Ames; Louis Buhr, Marion Vaughan, Merle Moylan, Ivan Mozena and Bessie Booth had dinner Saturday evening at Art and Jennies in Casey. Mrs Buhr was honored for her birthday. TO SOUTH DAKOTA -Mrs John Eggers of Yutan, Nebr; Mrs C L Jones and Mrs Hazle Kolliday went to Vermillion, S D, Wednesday to visit Mr and Mrs Walt Staudt. Mrs Staudt is a cousin of Mrs Jones and Mrs Holliday. While there they went to Yankton to view the Gavians Point Dam. The three returned home Sunday evening. Mrs Eggers left Monday for her home in Yutan. THREE HONORED -Mr and Mrs Jack Waldo were hosts at a turkey dinner Sunday celebrating three October birthdays. Guests were Mr and Mrs Bill Conroy and Melinda of Rippey; Mr and Mrs Chet Waldo and Mrs Leo Kepple of Scranton and Loyd Crawley. Honored for birthdays were the host, his sister and niece, Mrs Conroy and Melinda. Melinda was celebrating her first birthday. Barb Waldo of Jefferson was an afternoon visitor. FIRST ANNIVERSARY -Mr and Mrs Leonard Siedhoff and John were hosts at dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Mike Brooks of Horton, Kans; Jerry Siedhoff of Atchison, Kans; Mr and Mrs T J Tokheim of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Jeff Winger, Renee and Angela of Scranton. Mr and Mrs Winger, son-in-law and daughter of the Siedhoff's, were honored in celebration of their first wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Glenn Whitconfb were guests of Mr and Mrs Claude Whitcomb in Moline, m, for the weekend. Sunday both, couples were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Jon Whitcomb and family in Moline. Linda Whitcomb of Daven- oort was also a guest. Mrs Ann Madsen, Christine, Carla and Carl of Manning were Friday and Saturday guests of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wetzel, Russell and Beverly. Carla stayed to visit until Monday. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs Verna Colbert were Mr and Mrs Jim Colbert of Coon Rapids; Mr and Mrs Bud Dillinger of Menlo; Mr and Mrs Jack Colbert, Susan, Cindy, Jackie Dean and Chris, Mrs Eldon Kraft, Brian and Denlse and Mr and Mrs Harold Curl. The Curls and Dillingers were also supper guests and were joined by Mr and Mra Don Olesen of Bagley. Wednesday of last week vliltori of Mr and Mrs Howard Hoit were Lea, Maurice" and Keith Wetzel of Skidmore, Mo; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wetzel and Sidney Phelp*. Mr* Earl Robinson of Perry was a Sunday dinner guest of Mra Walt 8choe«sler. Mr and Mrs CUM Trostle of Guthrie Center and Mm W E Wvxtes of Jefferson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr» A E Culvert. Mrs Rhode* and Mrs Culvert were afternoon visitors of Mr and Mrs Eslell Peckumn. MRS PECKUMN HONORED -Mr and Mrs Estell Peckumn were guests at dinner Friday evening at the Voyaguer in Guthrie Center in celebration of the October 9 birthday of Mrs Peckumn. Hosts were Mr and Mrs Leo Bennett and Mrs Lans Wickland of Guthrie Center; Mr and Mrs Lester Peckumn and Mr and Mrs Leon Peckumn, brothers and sisters of Mr Peckumn and Mrs Milo Cretsinger, The evening was spent in the home of Mrs Lans Wickland and she served birthday cake and ice cream to further honor her sister-in-law. Monday morning Mrs Ernest Gilson entertained Mrs Peckumn, Mrs Gurney Trucks and Mrs Walt Schoessler at coffee in the Bayard Cafe to further honor Mrs Peckumn. COUSLVS DINNER -Mrs Louis Buhr was hostess at a cousins cooperative dinner Mon- iay, October 6. Attending were Mr and Mrs Everett Brideson of San Luis Obispo, Calif; Mrs Delbert Ford of Coon Rapids; Mrs Dennis Ford of Jefferson; Mr and Mrs Lyle Kinnick, Mrs Edward Kinniek Mrs Sue Ayers and Keith, Mrs Richard Vaughan and Sara and Mrs Marion Vaughan. Mrs Margaret Nelson of Audubon; Mrs Duane Herron of Coon Rapids and Mrs Wilbur Herron were afternoon guests. Mrs Brideson and Mrs Delbert Ford are aunts and the other ladies are all cousins. S U N D A Y I N T H E CHURCHES MRS ESSLINGER HONORED -Mrs Jack Stone and Teresa entertained Thursday afternoon honoring Mrs W J Esslinger, grandmother of Mrs Stone, on her 82nd birthday. Other guests were Mr Esslinger and Mrs George Patrick, Bill and Bob. Ice cream and birthday cake were served by Mrs Stone. ILLINOIS GUESTS -Mr and Mrs Tom Elwood of Berkeley, nj, arrived Friday night and were guests until Monday of Mrs Lucy Bonnesen and Mrs Merle Moylan. Saturday the Elwoods and Mrs Bonnesen were dinner guests of Mrs Edgar Nickel and Harvey in Guthrie Center and visited Mr Nickel in the Guthrie County hospital. Mrs Nickel and Mrs Bonnesen are sisters of Mr Elwood. They also called on Ray Gouger and Mrs E A Starling at the Jefferson Manor. Mrs Bonnesen entertained the Elwoods, Mrs Tom Moylan and Mrs Merle Moylan at dinner Sunday. In the afternoon they called on Merle Moylan in St Anthony hospital in Carroll. Mr and Mrs Lonnie Kinnick of Coon Rapids were evening visitors of the Elwoods. THREE EVENTS NOTED -Mr and Mrs Troy Rumelhart of Guthrie enter were hosts at dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Jim Rumelhart and Jennifer of Waukee; Haydn Buhr of Des Moines; Mrs Mae Gutenfelder of Guthrie Center andTJavid Rumelhart of Adair. Mrs Buhr and her granddaughter, Jennifer Rumelhart, were honored for October birthdays and the hosts for their 48th wedding anniversary. Jennifer is also a granddaughter of the hosts. MR JESSEN HONORED -Mrs Russ jessen and Matt entertained Wednesday evening, October 8 honoring their husband and father on his birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Hans Jessen and Mr and Mrs Melvin Jessen, Steve and Sue of Guthrie Center; Mr and Mrs Lorence Jessen, Mr and Mrs Dwight Jessen and Mr and Mrs Marvan Nissen of Exira; Mr and Mrs Fred Nissen of Hamlin; Mrs Marjorie Nissen and Tony May of Audubon and Mr and Mrs Lester Peckumn. Birthday cake and ice cream were served. Mr and Mrs Gerald Raymond went to Joplin, Mo, Monday of last week and were guests of Mr and Mrs Bill Baymond, Jlpn^ JrJ.odnfiy and Rene' until ;Salurti2ryT'Tria3y'' night they attended the Parkwood high school of Joplin versus Parkview high school of Springfield, Mo football game on the Joplin field. Ron and Rodney, grandsons of the Gerald Raymonds, are on the Parkwood squad. The game ended in a tie. Mr and Mrs Craig MacDonald and Shawn and Chuck Lines of Omaha were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Karl Shirbroun. Mr and Mrs Jim Jackson attended the open house at the Ascension Lutheran Church in Coon Rapids Sunday afternoon honoring Mr and Mrs Jake Jacobsen of Coon Rapids in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. Monday dinner guests of Mrs C L Jones and Mrs Hazle Holliday were Mrs Ben Jones of Salina, Kansas; Mrs John Eggers of Yutan, Nebr, and Mrs Ray Lewis. Mr and Mrs Jack Ocheltree left Thursday for their home in Frisco, Texas. They had been guests of Mrs Ben Scott, Mrs Roy Ocheltree and Mrs A M Robinson since Sunday. Les, Maurice and Keith Wetzel of Skidmore, Mo, were Wednesday afternoon and supper guests of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wetzel, Russell and Beverly. Mrs Ray Carrick of Scranton was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Mr and Mrs Joe Warren. Mrs Edna Anderson and Mrs Cleophis Schumacher of Coon Rapids were Thursday afternoon visitors of Mr and Mrs Gurney Trucks. Friday visitors of Howard Hoit on his birthday were Carl Hoit of Rockwell City; Mrs Ann Madsen, Christine, Carla and Carl of Manning and Kenneth Wetzel and B«verly. Ralph Phelps and Sidney Phelps were Saturday evening visitors of Mike Phelps at the Des Moines General hospital. Mr and Mrs Prank Phelps and Stephen were Sunday afternoon visitors. They also called on Mr and Mrs Dennis Sissel, Rodney and Renee in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Harris Hess of Coon Rapids were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Cletus Hess. Mrs Ron Mozena and Stacy and Mrs Carl Boots were Friday afternoon visitors of Mrs Max Lathrop. BABY SHOWER -Mrs Jack Hart of Coon Rapids was hostess at a shower at her ^«»ty)nje^unday afternoon honoring -^icr"lH'tenr-grandson, Jason David,' son of the Dave Harts of Coori Rapids. Among those attending were Mrs Pete Bennett of Perry; Kris Winnett of Carroll; Mrs Dean Schoon, Lee Ann, Tracy and Dena, Mrs Glen Schoon and Mrs Herman Schoon. VISIT SON -Mr and Mrs Arden Patterson left Friday for a visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Don Patterson and Lisa at Fargo,-N D. They were entertained at dinner Saturday evening at the Country Kitchen in West Fargo. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Harold Smith of Moonhead, Minn, were dinner guests in the Patterson home. They are parents of Mrs Don Patterson. The Pattersons returned home Tuesday. Mrs Kuthe Boone was a Sunday dinner guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs Velma Titus. Sunday supper guests of Mr and Mrs Loyd Crawley were Mr and Mrs Chet Waldo and Mrs Leo Keppleof Scranton; Barb Waldo of Jefferson and Mr and Mrs Jack Waldo. Mr and Mrs Clifford Quick of Fort Dodge were Saturday dinner guests .of Mrs Carl Boots. Mr and Mrs Boyd Crces, Tom, Brad and Jolene of Humboldt were Sunday afternoon and lunch guests of Mcs Laura Crees and Carrie Neal. Mr and Mrs John Everts, Jo and Janet of Lytton were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Ivan Mozena. Mr and Mrs Larry Mozena, Jacque, Thomas and Lawrence of Des Moines joined them in the afternoon and for lunch. Mr ana Mrs Leon Eischeid, Travis, Troy and Thaine were weekend guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Leo Hebing, at Oakland. , Mr and Mrs Dennis Shackelford and family of Bedford were Friday and Saturday overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Marvin Shackelford and family. Saturday supper guests of Mr and Mrs Loyd Crawley were Mr and Mrs Chet Waldo of Scranton; Jeanette Rinehardt and Chet Sargent of Coon Rapids and Mr and Mrs Jack Waldo. Mr and Mrs Jeff Winger of Scranton were Friday evening visitors of Mr and Mrs Jack Waldo. - UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Bayard A Keith Ha user, Pastor Thursday, Oct 16 Introduction to Bible, Parsonage 1:30 p m. Friday, Oct 17 Rev Kiyoshi Tanimoto of Hiroshima, Japan, win be in Boone First United Methodist Church 7:30 pm. Pastor Tanimoto is one of the survivors of the Hiroshima bomb attack. Everyone invited. Saturday, Oct 18 Mexican Mission Festival at First Church, Boone 6 to 9 p m. Something for the whole family. Sunday, Oct 19 Church School 9:45 a m. Worship 10:45 a m. BAYARD CHURCH OF CHRIST LeRoy Guernsey, Minister Sunday, Oct 19 Bible School 9:30 a m. Worship Service 10:30 a m. Youth meeting 5 p m . Bible Study 6 p m . Tuesday, Oct 21 Mens prayer meeting 7:30 p m. Wednesday, Oct 22 Mid week Bible Study 7:30 p m. EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY -Lee Miller of Coon Rapids was honored at an open house held in the Garst Store in Coon Rapids Saturday afternoon. He was honored for his 80th birthday. Mr Miller has been associated with the Garst Store for 60 years and spends some time each day there. Hosts for the open house were Mrs Dean Schoon, daughter of the honored guest, and his grandchildren, Mrs Dave Hart of Coon Rapids; Kris Winnett of Carroll, LeeAnn and Donnie Winnett and Tracy and Dena School of Bayard and a great grandson, Jason Hart. A birthday cake decorated with a fish, representing one of the favorite sports of Mr Miller, was served to 180 guests who attended from Audubon, Bayard, Coon Rapids, Bagley, Guthrie Center, Carroll and Dedham. Mr and Mrs Dean Schoon, Lee Ann, Donnie, Tracy and Dena entertained at dinner Sunday evening further honroing Mr Miller on his 80th birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Pete Bennett of Perry; Mr and Mrs ',Dave Hart and, Jason of .'.Coon-' Rapids; Mr and Mrs Kurt Schoon of Scranton; Kris Winnett of Carroll, Mark McDermott of Jamaica; John Poole, Gary Geopfert, Mr and Mrs Herman Schoon and Mr and Mrs Glenn Schoon, Ward and Neil. Mr and Mrs Wendell Lindahl of Bouton were Saturday evening visitors of Mrs Velma Titus. Mr and Mrs Floyd Barcus of Panora were Wednesday afternoon visitors of Mrs Charles Miles and Mrs Carl Boots. Mr and Mrs Richard Bancroft of Coon Rapids were Sunday evening visitors of Mrs Iris Chase. FRIDAY thru THURSDAY JAWS Evenings 7:15 9:20 Sunday 3,5:05, 7: IS 9:20 MATINEES ONLY Sat 2pm Sun 1:15 'All Seats $1.00 LAUREE'S FA3RICS NOTICE Come to our Style Show to be held Saturday, October 25 at 2 p m in the Bagley school gym. Anyone who would like to model their garments made from Lauree's Fabrics, contact our store as soon as possible. We need to have your: Name Style of Garment Pattern Number Total Cost of Finished Garment SALE One Table Double Knits and 100* Polyester Fabrics $1.98-$3.98 All Cash Sales LAUREE'S FABRICS Dial 427-5215 BAGLEY *************** ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH Coon Rapids Keith Filler. Pastor Sunday, Oct 19 Sunday School 9:15 a m. Worship service 10:30 a m. Thomas Rest Haven visit at noon Tuesday, Oct 21 Rebecca Circle at Kay Heck's 7:30 p m. Wednesday, Oct 22 Confirmation Class 4:30 - 6:30 p m. Thursday, Oct 23 Faith Circle 2 p m . ; TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev E T Purdy Sunday, Oct 19 Worship service 9 a m . Sunday School 10 a m. Wednesday, Oct 22 Weekday School and Confirmation 5:30 - 8 p m . FIFTH BIRTHDAY -Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Roger Mays, Raymond and Adam in Des Moines honored Raymond on his fifth ' birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Boyd Crees, Tom, Brad and Joelen of Humboldt; Mrs Donnie Thomas and Mr and Mrs Raymond-Thomas of Jamaica and Mrs Ray Mays of Bayard. Mrs Mays was a guest from Thursday until Saturday. The Creeses were Saturday overnight and Sunday dinner guests. EIGHTEENTH BIRTHDAY -Mrs Dean Schoon, Lee Ann, Tracy and Dena took a birthday cake to the apartment of their daughter and sister, Kris, in Carroll Tuesday evening and surprised her on her 18th birthday. Kris's five roommates shared the event, Kris is enrolled in nurses training at Des Moines Area XI Community College on the Carroll campus. Mr and Mrs Fred Watson were in Ames Thursday. They had lunch with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Darreli Messersmith! ENTERTAINMENT October 16,17 18 JANE RUSSELLTRIO FOOD SPECIALS October 17 18 SMORGASBORD Plus Full Menu October 21 CHICKEN SPECIAL October 22 BARBECUE RIB SPECIAL OPEN TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY AZTEC LOUNGE Hwy 141 Coon Rapids October 17 thru 29 Eves 7 9 MATINEE Sunday at 2 For Two Weeks JAWS The terrifying motion picture I from the terrifying No. 1 bestsellcr. : Starring . Robert Shaw Roy Scheider Richard Dreyfuss

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