Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 7
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1961
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Maynard News Volume 1, Number I Thursday, May 18, 1961 49 seniors to graduate From West Central It began with a 7 p,m. pot- Mrs. Otto Nehlsen and Mrs. will give the lesson on making luck uippor. Several tables of 500 James Leverington. matching purses and hats. furnished the entertainment for Don Rainer, Fayette county tin- evening High scorers were fieldman, assisted in the study Naomi Circle meets Mrs. Vern Hucke ar/.l John In- by giving a talk on the 'Farm . (,'els. and lew scorers. Mrs. Wcr- 13ure.ni's Long Range Program", Maynard — Eight members of den and Oscar Sykes. which is designed to increase the Naomi circle of the WSCS A Hi ft was presented the hon- farm income, stressing three met in the home of Mrs. Delbert "red couple by Mrs. John Ingels ways to help meet that objective: G i ow Tuesday evening for its evening's pro- 1 — Reduce size of ••'•-'-••" farms to secure pricis; 2 — Permit at tin grain. if the May 19 MAYNARD — Dr. Donald Howard, head of the department of social studies at Iowa State Sandra Fortune and Judy Hoeger head West Central class Teachers college. Cedar Falls. will deliver the 1961 commencement address for 4!) seniors of the West Central Community school, Friday evening, May 19, at 8 p. m. in the Community hall. His topic will be "The Long Look". Diplomas will be presented to the members of the graduating class by Harry Arthur, president of the board of education. The 49 members of the class are: Mavis Andenvn, Betty Arthur, William Arthur, David Austin Plan month's activities MAYNARD - At tlic nguiar meeting of the American Legion auxiliary in the Community hall Tuesday evening. May 9, plans were made for special later in the month. These plans include sponsoring the poppy sales on Friday and Saturday, May 20-27, and the making ( ?f the wreathes on Monday, May 29, which will be used in .the Memorial Day program. The auxiliary also plans to pre- 'rfasonab'le last mcotin K of the church year. farmers a Mls - Merrill Glew was a guest, maximum choice of commodities "Going Around in Circles" was t,' produce; 3 — Emphasize an the theme of the devotions led by program for agricul- MAYNARD — Sandra Fortune and Judy Hoeger have been named salutatorian and valedictor- Sandra Baker, James Bartels! ian respectively O f the 1961 grad- Nathan Bender, Dennis Bigelow, uating class of the West Central J ' :( --l Brockman, Kay Brownell, Community school. Besides lead- Ronette Brunei-, Eunice Buhr, ing their classmates in scholar- F '°y Crabtree, Richard Decker, ship honors tiiey have taken part Betty Earle, Carolyn Erickson, in extra curricular activities. Sandra Fortune, Janet Gamier, Sandra, daughter of Mr. and *"** Hoc&r. Kent Hubbell, Mrs. Marvin Fortune who live Shir! °y Jl £. son ', Arnold Klam- northwest of Westgate, has been »"«-r Kay Knudson. Sandra Lau- active in mixed chorus, girls' glee club, girls' quartet, science ,, club, modern dance, Future ^f ! y ? Homemaker's of America, dramatics, speech, and xvas a class officer in her sophomore and junior years. She is a member of the Emmanuel Methodist church, May- sent an eighth grade citizenship award during the awards day program which will be at 2 p.m. Friday, May 19, at the Maynard school. During the joint social hour of tiie Legion and auxiliary, lunch was served by Mrs. Floy Glew and Mrs. Merrill Glcvv. overall lure. Rainer talked also on the "Crop activities land adjustment program" which provides briefly for 1—voluntary acreage retirement for all producers; 2 -- Land retirements required for farm support; 3 — Adjustment payments in kind or cash; 4 — Link price supports for wheat and feed grains; and ") — Protect farmers fn:m com- p.'lition from CCC stocks. Jumes Laube. >n, Ailccn Llc- Lundry, Marilyn Nicholson, Judy Palmer, Mar- dclle Parkinson, Sheila Paulsen, Ranvna Pliester, Velda Poock. Beverly Potratz. Patricia Potratz, Robert Potratz. diaries Roed, Dean Rueber, Barbara narrator. She was assisted by Schrader, Ronald Stewart, Rob- Patricia Shadle and Sandra Fick. crt Stuhr, Linda Telltn, Charles At the installation service Trotter, Lynda Whitefor'd, Duane which followed, Laurel Woods MAYNARD — Several worn- Wolfe, Linda Wolfe, Elmer Wolf- was installed as president; Mar- en from the Emmanuel Method- gram and Richard Zutnmak. dene Davis as vice-president; i s t church were in Cedar Rapids SECTION OF ROOF from a barn on the Lavern Leverington farm rural Fayefte, was carried by the wind about 500 feet and dropped en a hammermill, stalk chopper and corn shelter Sunday, causing complete loss to the machinery (top photo). The roof and one end of the barn (bottom photo) were smashed and scattered over a 500 foot area. (Polaroid Photos by Scovel). Maynard women attend Annual W.S.C.S. meet Church truck to be here MAYNARD — There will be a truck from the nearest Church World Service Center at the United Presbyterian c h u r c h sometime during the week of May 21 to pick up good used clothing tor men, w. men and children, bedding, yard goods or yarn. Articles not acceptable include hats, neckties, bathing suits, formal garments, pillows, mattresses and wi.men's shoes with open toes and high heels. This is for all residents of this area regardless of church affiliation. All articles should be at the church by Monday, May 22. Plan bake sales MAYNARD — On Saturday, Honor students are: Dennis Lovcc Lenius, secretary; Melodye Wednesday, May 10, to attend Mny 2 Q the West Central Parent- Bigelow. Ronette Bruner, San- l arkmson, treasurer; Elva Jean the 12th annual meeting of the Teacher's association will h.-;lct dra Fortune, Janet Garnier, Judy ^'"<li''s, parlimentanan; Teresa Women's Society cf Christian two bpnc fj t bake sales beginn- Hoeger, Kent Hubbell, Sandra "artels, reporter; and Sandra Sci vice of the North Iowa con- inf , at JQ a m. One will be at Laiier, Kay Leverington, Mar- Stumme, recreation. Janet Gar- fcrence, held in the St. Paul's Gucnther's Plumbing and Heat- delle Parkinson, Ramona Plies- n "-'''•. P usl president, was the in- Methodist church. inR s!u)I j t Maynard, and the other tor, Velda Poock, Patricia Pot- st; ' lhn K officer. Featured speakers were Bishop at Racther's Shoe Shop, West- ratz and Barbara Schrader. Pat Kelsey, home economist at F. Gerald Ensley who spr.:ke on gate. The class motto is "Nothing Oskaloosa and a former voca- 'The Word — in'Our Midst" and The proceeds from these sales Impossible to a Willing tional home economist instructor Miss Mabel Nowlin, retired mis- aro to be applied on the expenses in the Maynard school, was sionary from China, who spoke incurred by Ronald Kappmeyor present to show slides of pictures c ,n "The Word — in South Amor- during the many weeks he was taken on her recent trip to the ; ca " FAYETTE THEATRE Thurs., Fri., Sat. May 18 - 19 - 20 MARILYN MONROE CLARK GABLE MONTGOMERY CLIFT THE MISFITS Sun., Mon., Tues. May 21 - 22 - 23 DON MURRAY CINDI WOOD In THE HOODLUM PRIEST Mrs. William A. Stephens. The .-.tudy < f "Roman Catholic and P:. testant Beliefs" begun at the April meeting and was concluded at this meeting with Mrs. Ronald Brunei' as leader. The Naomi circle will have charge of serving the fellowship dinner Sunday, May 28, in the social rooms and will furnish the i lowers for the altar during May. Mrs. Elmer Reick conducted the entertainment with honors going to Mrs. Bruner, Mrs. David Parsons and Mrs. Dalton Dahl. SPECIAL CLOSE - OUT PRICE ON LAWN MOWERS We Also Are EQUIPPED To Take Care Of Your SERVICE PROBLEMS EARL FOSS IMPLEMENT Phone 7009 Maynard, Iowa is Heart." Coming of age party Featured at meeting MAYNARD — A coming-of- Netherlands as an Iowa Youth Exchange student. Refreshments were served Farm by in a Rochester, Minn., hospital for surgery and care. Mrs. Henniges hostess The women attending from Maynard included Mmes. Blanche - «. uumniB-ui- . . - Perry, Henry Kappmeycr, Wayne ,, , age party was featured at the Eu rn«-> Buhr, Mavis Anderson, p Truesdell| Leo Simpson, Elmer To Homemakes group meeting of the Women's Society Sandra Baker, Bctty^ Arthur, Klink| Chester Cumberland, MAYNARD Mrs. Leroy ef Christian Service at the Em- Caro1 Cummings, Patricia Pot- Jamcs rjeveringten, Harold Hare, iR-nniges was hostess to 20 Farm .. _ -i -mr^ii j • i _u. ..._i- mu ,,.~, 1*3 LZ. J Ccin DC nUt cinCl OctnCirU T ,, :„ o , o „ — T j ^\^, , ,, XT,, j.. ••„ i, .. i f t~<. . tit. SANDRA FORTUNE anuel Methodist church Thursday afternoon, May 11, to observe the 21st anniversary of the organization. Honorary memberships were conferred on Mrs. Sam Holmes, Mrs. Harold Arthur and Mrs. ratz, Jean Dehut and Sandra Fick. Those who planned for the ^^ v^..»x.^, evening's program included Mar- Thiele'and'HoHis "windenburg.' dene Davis, Bessie Lundry, Laurel Woods and Renee Lang assisted by their advisor, Mrs. John Ingels. Lois Sorg, Sam Holmer, Nodah Bureau Homemakers of Smith- Kurd, Herbert L. Bryant, Earl fj e id township who met at her Foss, Charles Werden , John home Tuesday afternoon, May 9, for the lesson on "Know and Understand Your Farm Bureau". This included the skit, "The Proof of the Pudding is in the COMPLETE PROCESSING For Your LOCKER or HOME FREEZER MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE Phone 65 — Maynard, Iowa Farewell party held MAYNARD — Approximately „ 30 members of the American Le- tatm 8 easl gion and its auxiliary met at the Community hall Sunday evening, May 7, fi.T a social hour as a farewell courtesy for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Werden. Six tables of 500 provided the JUDY HOEGER Earl Foss, all past presidents and Qn ' the illvilalion committee- active in the work of the cnurch. were yicky Wcrdcn> Teresa Bar- Corsages were given all who tels, Nancy McClain, Judy Derr, have been members for the 21 j oan N IKS| Elva Jean Sanders and years, which includes: Mrs. Lois Ronette Brunei-. Sorg, Mrs. Minnie Boggess, Mrs. Girls in the style show, model- Oscar Sykes, Mrs. Glen Shafer, j ng garments they had made, Mrs. George Carley, Mrs. Homer wero Cheryl Bodley, Patricia entertainment. High scorers were Bunn, Mrs. John Thiele, Mrs. Brandt, Patricia Bryant, Trudy Mrs. Lcland Oakes and Charles Donald Hartz, Mrs. Blanche Per- Canficld, Marjorie Davis, Janet v/erden and low scorers, Mrs. ry, Mrs. Earl Foss, Mrs. James Davis, Mary Eldridge, Beverly Marvin Ingels and Leland Oakes. Leverington, Mrs. Charles Trot- Q ee| Maureen Hubbell, Patricia Prize for the slam bid went to ter, Mrs. Frank Gilmer, Mrs. Holtz Harriet Knudson, Mary Orland Struve and the door Ralph Gilmer, Mrs. Paul Harri- Lang, Loyce Lenius, JaNella Pal- prize to Mrs. Oscar Sykes. son and Miss Stella Knight. mcr< Meloydc Parkinson, Diane T he share-a-dish lunch was ser- Mrs. Charles Werden, local and Schlegel, JoAnne and JoLynn district secretary of youth work, Schrader, Shirley Ross, Mardcne who will move from this -com- Schroeder, Judy Simpson, Max- munity soon, was presented a ine Treptow, Shiela Sullivan, farewell gift. The bii ihday cake Dorothy McClain, Boris Wumkes, was cut and served during the Nancy Bark, Kay Knudson, Bes- Mrs. Louie Anderman, Mrs. Benton Harrison, ved by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ault, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Vargason and Mr. and Mrs. Oakes. The Werdens who have lived in Maynard several years, will move to Wauki-n <it the close of lunch hour and an offering was sie and Barbara Lundry, Barbara schoo! w hure he is employed as taken for tha Harriet Ballou Ross, Linda Wolfe. Tellin and Linda stock buyer for the Bureau station. new Farm nard, its choir and youth group and of the American Legion junior auxiliary. She attended the 1960 Hawkeye girls' state. She nurserv plans to attend the State Univer- __. _ , . , sity, Iowa ,City, next fall. West Central girls Judy is the daughter of Present style show Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoeger- M AYNARD — Girl< who live west of Maynard. Her w central charotoi ^ *>~ extra school activities include ^?„ Homemakers of America The mower threw a rock against hall Saturday evening, May 13, one year in the science club and " .. „ , nmD ^ nnnm -,^ Classes the garage wall and it rebounded f,; ;l - a farewell party for Mr. and of of Injured Dale Doughan of Brill was injured recently while he was us- the ing a power mower to mulch Order of Eastern Star and their Uhe leaves on the lawn at his home, husbands met Met Saturday evening MAYNARD — Members of the •m Star and their at the Masonic STOP IN and BROWSE AROUND at the MAYNARD BARGAIN SHOP First Place East Of Maynard Coffee Shop Dishes Clothes Shoes Get Rid Of Those Weeds With WEEDEZ WONDER BAR Easy! Safe! Efficient! Kills Dandelions and all broedleaf waeds by simply dragging the bar across the lawn. REGULARLY PRICED AT S4.98 SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY, MAY 20 $4 25 Per Bar LAWN BOY MOWERS $62 50 Priced From Up HAMILTON HARDWARE Phone 46 — Maynard, Iowa nnn thp hiime economics classes the garage one year in F. H. A. She is a Rented a style show in the striking and shattering his sun- Mrs. Charles Werden and family member of St. Paul's Lutheran ? c hool auditorium Monday even- glasses. Fragments of the glass who will leave soon for their new church, Maynard, of:its choir and . M g ith Renee Lang as cut the eyeball. home in Waukon. Lutheijj league ..and has taught a *' ' Sunday school class for four years. She received the Wartburg- Regents merit award of $600 and plans to attend Wartburg college, Waverly, this fall with a probable major in mathematics. I WUh To Thank The Many Customers And Friends Who Visited Me O* Sent Cards Or Flowers During My Recent Illness. THE; BARBER SHOP IS AGAIN OPEN FOR BUSINESS Next to the Beauty Shop HAAS ,JBAJWBER & BEAUTY '.":' SHOP Truckload of WEPCO Aluminum Storm Door and Window SALE Friday & Saturday May 26 & 27 BUDGET PRICED CUSTOM Triple - Action TILT ALUMINUM STORM • SCREEN WINDOW A window for those who want top value and service — at budget prices. Call The ONLY $12.95 Spahn & Rose Lbr. Co. "ONE PIECE OR A CARLOAD" John Fuller, Mgr. Phone 47 — Maynard, Iowa Maynard Co-op If You Have Corn or Oats For Sale Top Prices Paid Maynard Co-op Phone 36 or 31 - Maynard, Iowa t^»^^

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