Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 7
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1961
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Maynard News appear- of tile d by of Fay- by Fred Thursday, May 25, 1961 Dale Roberts identifies Mystery farm picture The mystery farm th.it ed in the May 1!! issue Leader has been id the tenant, Dale Roberts i tte. The farm is owned Chapman of Waterloo The 240 am farm is located three miles south and three miles east if Fayette. The Roberts family lias lived on the farm for the past six years. Geraldine and Dale were married in 1947 and are the parents of three children. Carol. Connie and Randy. They are members of the Catholic church. Geraldine enjoys sewing and Dale ha.', a herd of 1M holstein dairy cows, and sells i;rade A milk. The Roberts practice ui'neral farming. List enrollment In 4-H projects Fiiycttc county A-U project enrollment ropTts received ;it the extension office by May 15 show enrollment in many projects. T.io project::, and enrollment, an 1 as follows: Crop — Lawn nee IliilU, .Jr., Dennis ;md T i{. gcr Decker, win Streicher chow. Climati-lony Aishouse, Boulton, Jame Koch. Michael mnias Dallenbach, James Koch, Kim Tom Shaffer, Dar- iind Virgil Su- C;ithy mid Tom •r Bauer, Barbara Harrison, Janus Mi-Gill. Douglas and Martin, Eve-rell Rowland, Kenneth Schroeder. Klectrje -- Glen Christen and Ricky Trotter. Forestry Paul Clark. Rabbit —- Klainc Franks Poultry — Renec Jellings, JCi- lei'ii Kuhens, Jeanne Moeller, Joan Pleggenkuhle, and Alice Garden — Duane Franks Morse — Judith Johnson, Joel Mall, Darold Mathias, and Tom Lynch. Sheep —- Donald Bahe, Morse Burington, Bill Brownell, Vaughn Drewos, Judith Johnson. Tom Lynch, Douglas Martin. Gary Miller, Jeanne and Dennis Moellor, Dennis Shaffer. David and Laurin Streieher, David and Gene Winkler, Eldo and Klmer Westgate great grandmother honored At Maynard mother- daughter banquet 7 arade of hats is Feature of meeting MAYNARD - A "Parade of Hats" was featured at the annual guest day program of the Ada Reading Circle at the Community Hall, Friday, May 11). Mod- Wolfgram. Gary and James Maur- e'ing the hats they had made to O r, Dennis Tope and Leon Trep- represent the months of the tow. sen, Frank Phillip, James Pieper, Jay Recor, Dean and Dougla-: Rueber, Ray Sanders. John Stembir-nn, Gayle Tcllin, Roger Tope, David Turner and Duncan Gross. Beef Heifer — Terry C/iase, Fen ill Cockerham, Jame.s Frieden, Rita Jclling.s. Robert and Ti m Jilinings, Janet Morf, Charles, Gary and Nancy Reed, Bill Wei' , Rodney Gaskill, Gary and ' v s Maurer. Jr. Cattle Feeders —- Jack Mai,.i and David Jellings. l!aby Beef — Frank Baldwin, Gary, Lawrence, Jr., and Terry Balk, Lois Bennington, Rrnald Brown, David and Janet Brownell, Douglas Carnall, Connie and Terry C.'hase. I.. uis Christien, Connie and Jame.s Christensen, Ferrill Cockerham, Douglas D. Davis, Diane Dunphter, Douglas, i^evin, Steven and Vaughn Diewf.;, Bill F.rii-kson, Victor F.-lliT, I'liarles and James Frieden, .lor and Laimy Gibson, Rodney and Marjorie Graf, John and Janu .; Graham. Reginald Gross, Delbert and Duane Hillman, Dale anrl David Iloehne, Howard Hughes, David, Greg, Jerry, Phillip and Ronald James, Robert and Tom Jenning.s, Collin Jensen, Judith Johnivn, Ronald Kent, Gary and Gayle Kkppe, William Koch, Kenneth and Richard Ki ester. Linda Lulolf, Robert ai.;l Tom Lyncii, Gary an,I James Maurer, Dale and Lin- Fayette Leader May 25, 1961 Page 7 Fayelte, Iowa MAYNARD — Mrs. David Cross, Westgate, was given special recognition and a corsage by the Hope Lutheran church women at their first mother-daughter banquet at the church Friday evening, May 12, for being the oldest great grandmother present. Others presented corsages were: who came the farthest; and to Mrs. Loren/. Scegers. mother with the nv.'st daughters and the grandmother of the most granddaughters. The theme of the program was "Hearts in Tune". Roger Buhr, a student at Wartburg seminary, Dubuque, was the guest speaker. Mrs. Wilbur Diercks, presi- Mrs. Ida Leslien, oldest grandmother; Mrs. Arnold Bar- Barbara Claxton is tels youngest grandmother; Mrs. Awarded Crisco trophy Emil Oltrogge, oldest mother; f J Jean Ann Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Meyer, youngest daughter; Mrs. William Buhr, most recent grandmother; Mrs. Loren Wedeking, Waverly, mother who came the farthest; Ina Buhr, Waterloo, daughter A/ewA Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buenneke, Coon Rapids, were week-end guests of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thomas. »0_-_ Louis Hungerford, Marengo, spent the week-end in the home of his sister, Mrs. Irving Patridge, and accompanied the Pat- ridges on Sunday to Mason City, where they spent the day with the latter's son, Charles and family. • Cpl. James Arthur, who has been stationed at Adak, Aleutian Islands the past year, is here to spend a 30-day leave with his mother, Mrs. Robert Arthur, and family. MAYNARD — Barbara Claxton, freshman student at the Wcsl Central Community school, was awarded the Crisco trophy on awards day, Friday, May 19. This gold trophy was presented to Barbara by Mrs. John Ingels, the home economics instructor, for outstanding work in home economics, which includes the interest and excellence she has shown in both classwork i'nd home experience projects. Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Claxlon, Randalia, is the first to receive the Crisco Home Economics award at West Central, where the presentation is to become an annual event. Other awards were given for points earned in F.H.A. work. The.-.e included F.H.A. bracelets presented to Janet Gamier and Sandra Fortune at trp honors and cookbook awards to Sandra Lauer, Velda Poock, Laurel Woods, Bessie Lundry and Kay Knudson. dent of the group, was the toastmistress and gave the welcome. Renee Lang gave the toast to mothers and her mother, Mrs. Raymond Lang, the toast to the daughters. Mrs. Ernest Wolfgram gave the toast to grandmothers and Mrs. C. Schreit- mueller the response. Others r:n the program of readings, musical numbers and poems included Mrs. Loren/ Seegers, Mrs. Alfred Oltrogge, Mrs. Fred Fink, Mrs. Henry Meyer, Mrs. Herbert Meyer, Mrs. Darwin Fink, Mrs. Walter Voelker, Mrs. Marvin Seegers, Mrs. Victor Steege, Mrs. Arnold Bartels, Sandra Pick and Linda Meyer. The 1 p. m. dinner was served by the men and boys of the church to 132 mothers and daughters. Table decorations featured heart-shaped centerpieces, musical notes and bird figurines. One section of the room was converted into a min- cnturc garden with blooming plants, bird bath and a parakeet. The program closed with a prayer and benediction by the Rev. C. Sehreitmueller. Mr .and Mrs. Robert Eggerth, Manly, came Friday, May 19, to attend commencement exercises, and to spend the week-end in the parental Earl Arthur home. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Meyer have returned from Highland, Ind., where they visited relatives." drive w ith Livewire club meets MAYNARD — The Smithfield Livewires 4-H club met Thursday evening, May 18, with Kenny Becker. The eight members and two leaders, Ralph Aishouse and Ed McGill, answered roll call by naming different sixes r-f nails. Tim Hennesy was a guest, guest. Kenny announced that the club tour has been planned for Thursday, June 15. A scrap will be held in connection the tour. Tom Aishouse MAYNARD BARGAIN SHOP Fint Place East Of Maynard Coffe* Shop NEW and USED Dish* Clothes Shoes will be the club's delegate to the short course at Ames en June 13-15. A talk on "Fly Control" was given by Kenny Becker and Keith Bronn. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. 26 cows outstanding MAYNARD — The April port of George A. Youmans, ervisor of the Fayette County Dairy Herd Improvement Association No ,'i shows there were 26 cows in the following eight herds that produced more than 400 p::un:l.; of )"itterfat for lactations completed during the month. Walter C. Page), Sumner, two registered Holsteins with GOO and 507 Ibs. butttrfat; Charles Rech- kemmer, Maynard, 13 grade Holsteins with 588, 519, 513, 508, 499, 497, 384, 460, 424, and 421 Ibs.; Russell Lockarci, Maynard, one grade Holstein wi.th 574 Ibs.; Russell Page!, Sumnor, one registered Holstein with 484 Ibs.; Dcane J. Scherman, Arlington, five registered Holsteins with 483, 450, 449, 434 and 421 Ibs.; Herbert W. Malven, Maynard, one registered Holstein with 444 Ibs.; M. J. Lein and Son, Maynard, one registered Holstein with-415 Ibs.; and Hairjld V. Ault, Randalia, two registered Brown Swiss with 414 and 405 Ibs. but- lerfat. year, one for the entire year and one for music in the space age, were: Mrs. Earl Judas, Mrs. John Thiele, Mrs. Blanche Perry, Stella Knight, Mrs. I. P. Stewart, Mrs. Sam Holmes, Mrs. Glen Mittelstadt, Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer, Mrs. J. Fred Ingels, Mrs. Andrew Gantenbein, Mrs. George Bet/, Mrs. A. F. Bergman, Mrs. Irving Patridge and Mrs. Oscar Miehe. The narrator was Mrs. Patridge, while Mrs. Miehe furnished the musical background. The program opened with the American's creed, the £V:ng of Iowa, a welcome by the president, Mrs. Thiele, and the response by Mrs. Lois Sorg. Guest vocalist was Paul Thompson, accompanied by Ann Gilmer. A skit on "A Question of Inheritance", and a contest r:n facts about Iowa, conducted by Mrs. Floyd Henniges and Mrs. Frank Cummings, concluded the program. The afternoon's meeting began at 12:30 p. in. with a cooperative dinner served by the hostess committee: Mrs. Henry Buenneke, Mrs. Bet/., Mrs. Ed W. Meyer, Mrs. Gantenbein, Mrs. Menefee and Mrs. Patridge. Guests present included: Mines. Wilma Bartels, Henry Schrader, Floyd Gilley, Dean Kalm, Anna Steege, Herbert Meyer, Clara Winkler, Charles Barnholt, Lois Sorg, Elmer Miller, Ray Arthur, Ben Thomas, Donald Hartz, Ed Holmstrom, William Stephens, Dr. B. A. Hall, Dale Meinken, Louis Gamier, Ross .Hayes, Oelwein, and Russell Mullins, Westgate. Swine — Lauren Amcling, Bill Brownell, Gerald Buhr, Robert Cook, Arthur Eckheart, James Fox, James Graham, David Gross, Stanley Hackman, Terry Henderson, Darwin Hofer, Michael Hoi/, Roger Hughson, John Hyman, Jame.s Ingels Sandra and Kal Knickerbocker, Richard and Wayne Koester, Duncan Gross, John, Kenneth and Marvin Lech- lenberg, Kay Miller, Douglas Martin, David Ohrt, Merlyn Ole- Harrison elected F.F.A. president MAYNARD — Jim Harrison has been elected president and Gary Brownell, vice president, vice of the Future Farmers of America chapter at West Central Community school for 19G1-G2. Others elected were Mickey Lamphier, secretary, Earl Anderson, reporter; David Hoehne, treasurer; Ji.-hn Stcinbronn, sentinel; Alan Jeanes, parliamentarian; William Stephens, advisor. Future plans of the F.F.A, include a tour of the Purina Research Farm, St. Louis, Mo., on July 22 - 24, and to watch the Cardinals and Los Angeles Dodgers play while there; to build a bcoth at the Fayette county fair and to have 30 per cent of the members .show livestock; to enter a judging team at the Oelwein Dairy Days and participate in its tractor rodeo. da MeFarlani 1 , Charles and Linda Mcl^i-ish, Tom McLeish, John McMillan, Robert Mcyt r, Randy Miles, Paul Minger, Janet Morf, Joe Moschel, Bruce Mulford, Rudy and Sherry Nesvik, Bill Nus, Madalen Olesen, Gary Ohrt, I Charles, Gary and Nancy Reed, Diana, Duane and Roger Reeder, Robert Rothlisberger, Phillip and Shan n Ruckdashel, Bill Schafbuch, Janice Schrage, Tom Schult, George Scott,, Tom Shaffer, Bill Smith, Gary Soulcs, Virgil Suciiow, Jeffery and Steven Thompkins, David Thompson, Duane Thran, Donald and Roger Torson, DC Inert Voelker, Nancy, Paul. Rodney and Carl Wagner, Jr., Robert Campbell, Bill Wells and Milu Wilson. Ayishi/. 1 — Lauren Ameling and David Buhr. Brown Swiss — Roger Bauer, Douglas Davf.s, Janice Schrage, Gary Lunch, Gary and Nancy Miller. Ronald Hilsenbeck Guernsey — Bill Adams, James and Jon Harrison, Terry Henderson, Bernard Oakes, Joan Pleggrnkuhle, Charles Porter, Dennis and Duane Thran, Roger Tope, David VanDeBerg, John Frederick, Kugene Ward, Kennel ii Oelrich, Bryan Wander Dennis Lu< tier and Randy Handel, Patricia Hilsenbeck. Jersey — Allen Chensvold, Larry Falk, John Graham, Dar- re.1 and Darwin Hofer, Charles and Linda McLeish, Jim and Larry Moeller, Mary Jo Nabholz, Edward Stearns, Roger Un- gLrer, Bill Atdams. Holstein — Cathy and Tom Aishouse, Dean Anderson, Steven and Mark Arthur, Neal Bishop, Richard, Gary, Kay, Judy and Bill Brownell, Keith Bruns, Roger Buhr, Marvin, Mary and Paul Clark, Dale, Duane and Lyle Clefisch, Roger Decker, Ronald Dennler, Richard Downer, George Drilling, Keith Falck, Duane and Richard Fritz, Gary Gamier, Paul Grafenberg, Ronald and Patricia Hilsenbeck, Jerry Holx, Charlts Hughson, Jerry Jellings, David Jones, Gary Kramer, D'Lene Krucger, Michael Kuhn, Gary Lemhke, Donald Meyer, Leslie Miller, Allen Mittlestadt, Michael Miller, Craig Nixon, Gary Ohrt, James Mc- Kv'c, August and Roger Pagel, Kenneth Schroeder, Leslie Silka, Dennis Stapel, Jonathan Steege, Brenda Steffens, Larry Thole, Paul Traeger, David and Kathleen VanDoBerg, Delbert Voelker, Ardys Saboe, Gene Gust, Sandra Knickerbocker, James and Gary Grimm, Darold Matthias. Dennis and Gayle Tellin, Wayne Harrington, David Winkler, James Graham, Dennis and James Grummitt, Duncan and Sarina Gross, and Carolyn Porter. David Buhr, Rex Lincoln, 1'cm Lynch and Edward McNeil. GOODYEAR TIRES Minor Car Repairing SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED RAY'S FINA SERVICE Maynard, Iowa Phone 56 FOR SURPRISING RESULTS TRY LEADER WANT ADS Party on birthday MAYNARD — Jayne Parsons observed her fifth birthday anniversary Tuesday, May 1C, by inviting i.-ther children who are five years old to her home for an afternoon of games in the recreation room. All will be members of the kindergarten class at Maynard next fall. Kathy Kappmeyer, Readlyn, was a guest i-jf the group. Movies of the group at play were taken by Jayne's aunt, Mrs. Walter Parsons, and snapshots by hci 1 mother, Mrs. David Parsons. Her grandmother, Mrs. Theo Olson of Oelwein, assisted in serving the refreshments. Those present were: Bobby Bergman, Alan Albrecht. Jerry Arthur, Ricky Baker, Barbara Hurd, Barbara Harrison, Susan Dahi, Sandra Trotter and Kathy Kappmeyer. Patridge to attend Workshop on safety MAYNARD — Charles Pal- ridge, driver education instructor in the Mason City high school, has bet.n inviled to attend a safely education workshop June 19-24 in Washington, D. C. The workshop will be sponsored by the safety education sec lion of the National Education association. Patridge's expenses will be paid by the N.E.A. Representatives from every state will discuss safety education for all groups and plan safety programs on a national basis. Information compiled will be published by the N.E.A. and made available to schools and individuals upon request. DUBUOUE PACKING CO. LIVESTOCK BUYING STATION Phone 91 or 9109 Floyd Possehl, Manager We'll Bid On ALL CLASSES OF LIVESTOCK On The Farm COMPLETE PROCESSING For Your LOCKER or HOME FREEZER MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE Phone 65 — Maynard, Iowa SPECIAL CLOSE - OUT PftfcEON LAWN MOWERS W* Abo Are EQUIPPED To Take Care Of Your SERVICE PROBLEMS EARL FOSS IMPLEMENT Phone 7009 Maynard, Iowa 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. ONLY $12.95 EACH Call The Maynard Co-op If You Have Corn or Oats For Sale Spahn & Rose Lbr. Co. "ONE PIECE OR A CARLOAD" John Fuller. Mgr. Phone 47 — Maynard, Iowa Top Prices Paid Uncertified Cleaned and Inoculated HAWKEYE SOYBEAN SEED Maynard Co-op Phone 36 or 31 - Maynard, Iowa

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