Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 5
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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Maynard News Whose Farm Is The Mystery Farm? Volume 1, Number 3 Thursday, June 8, 196! Vacation Bible school In fwo Maynard churches MAYNARD — The Daily Vacation Bible school at the St. Paul's Lutheran church began June 5 and will continue until June 16, from 9 to 11:30 a. m. The •.-.verall theme will be "God's Holy Law". It will close with a joint picnic of the school and the congregation on the church lawn Sunday, June 18. Included on the teaching staff are JcAnn Schrader, Kay Wenthe, Janice Peterman, Patricia Brandt, Linda Bark, Judy Hoeger, Barbara Schrader, Ramona Pliester, Mrs. Delbert Wegner, Gerald Peterman and the Rev. Herman J. Brandt. Helpers include Mary Ann Hamilton, Karol Ann Turner and Loretta Hoeger. The DVBS at the United Presbyterian church will be from 9 to 11:30 a. m. June 5 to 16, also. Its theme will be "Jesus Christ". The superintendent, Mrs. Donald Jellings, will be assisted in the nursery department by Mrs. Woodrow Leonhart; in the kindergarten by Mrs. Allen Schwarz, primary by Mrs. Joe Rhoades, junior department by the Rev. Carl R. Carlsen and Mrs. Ivan Gamier. The Rev. Carlsen will meet with the junior high stu- Hurd - Mills wedding Performed on Sunday MAYNARD — The Emmanuel Methodist church provided the setting for the wedding of La- iRayne Hurd, daughter of Mrs. Nodah Hurd and her late husband, Harold Hurd, and Raymond L. Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mills, Independence, at 2 p. m., Sunday, June 4. The Rev. Herbert L. Bryant performed the ceremony, using the double ring service. Nuptial music was provided by Lawrence Hurd, Westgate, brother of the bride, who sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Because" with Ann Gilmer as accompanist. Lavender and white gladioli were used on the altar. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, David, was attired in a gown of bridal taffeta over net ruffles designed with a long lily point sleeved bodice featuring a silk illusion peek-a- boo yoke lavishly embroidered with seed pearls. The full gathered skirt flowed to floor length with a cloud-like billowing chapel sweep. A queen's type crown of silk illusion leaves and jeweled with rhinestones secured the fingertip veil of imported pure silk illusion. iBrenda Lee Hurd, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a lavender dress with a lavender and white gladioli corsage. Everett J. Mills, Independence, served his brother as best man. Ushering duties were performed by Rex Cue, Oelwein, and Roger Hoist, Independence. The Ruth circle of the W.S.C.S. was in charge of the serving at the reception which followed in the Community hall. Linda Mills, sister of the bridegroom, presided at the guest book. Mrs. Floyd Hoist and Mrs. J. C. Johnson, Independence, assisted at the gift table. Both are aunts of the bridegroom. During the refreshment hour, Mrs. Ernest Miehe and 'Mrs. Ralph Gilmer cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs. Lawrence Williams, Oelwein, poured coffee, and Mrs. Gerald Davis, Sumner, served punch. Both are aunts of the Bride. • Mrs. Mills is a graduate of the Maynard Consolidated school and has attended Cornell college, at Mt. Vernon. Her husband is a graduate of the -Independence high school and is presently employed at the John Deere Tractor Works, in Waterloo. The couple will be at home after July 15, in Oelwein. dents for one- hour each day and f'vy in turn will spend the remainder of the session assist- iriK in otner departments. Mrs. Raynv nd Lundry is chairman of the mothers' committee in charge of servin" daily refreshments. On the last, day of scrcol there will be open house for the parents. On the following Sunday, June Hi, t:.e pupils will present a special program during the regular church school hour. 9:,'iO a. m. Memorial day picnic MAYNARD —Gwenda Brownell was honored guest at a family reunion, held in the Maynard park Memorial Day. Miss Browne!!, who das been a guest in the home of her brother, Gene, and other relatives, left Friday, June 2, for her home in Washington, D. C. Those present included Mrs. Marguerite Blomstrom, Karen Simpson, Mark and Paul Ondo, all of Waukegan, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tift and family, Clear Lake, Wis.; Dean Browne]], Iowa City; Delores Steffen, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brownell and family; Mr. and Mrs. Don Simpson and Jerry, and Otto Miehe. Another family picnic in the park the same day honored Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reed and three children, St. Paul, Minn. Others present were: Mr. anu Mrs. E. H. Carley and Frances, Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schmidke and three children and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nelson and sons, all of Oelwein; and Mr. and Mrs. George Carley. TWO REPRESENTATIVES of Upper Uw^ un vcrsV s buildings and grounds department are seen above during thoir attendance at a recent factory service training school at the Mavtag com pany's Newton headquarters. A. L. Chase (second from left;, head of the department, and Ernest Pfeiffer (middle), attended the school to learn of innovations in Maytag products and the latest techniques in servicing them. Upper Iowa's laundry facilities include a number of Maytag appliances. 11 cows complete Lactations in May — Only 11 cows in the Fayette county Dairy Herd Improvement association No. 3 completed their lactations in May with records of over 400 pounds of butterfat, according to supervisor George A. Youmans. They were in the following herds: Russell Pagel, Sumner, two registered Holsteins with 615 and 500 pounds fat; Forrest Cannell, Sumner, three registered Hoi- steins with 585, 479 and 447 pounds; Deane Schermann, Arlington, one registered Holstein with 531 pounds; H. W. and Milton Leech, Westgate, one registered Holstein with 483 pounds; Herbert W. Malven, Maynard, one registered Holstein with 442 pounds; Louis Fettkether and Lowell Cannell, Fairbank, one grade Holstein with 438 pounds; and Victor Steege, Maynard, two grade Holsteins with 434 and 410 pounds butterfat. Meetings scheduled The American Legion auxiliary will meet at the Community hall Tuesday evening, June 13. On Thursday, June 14, the Women's Society of Christian Service will 1-jjld its annual picnic at the Maynard park. The program number will be "Our three-fold pledge" with Mrs. Leo Simpson and Mrs. Lois Sorg as leaders. Members of the Martha circle will be special guests for having had the largest attendance at the regular W.S.C.S. meeting during the year just ending. On Wednesday afternoon, June 21, the Deborah guild of the Helping Hand society will meet with Mrs, Irving Patridge. The lesson on "Not as the world gives" will be presented by' Mrs. Robert Ponsar. This group will have charge of the flowers for church services during the next month. The Rebekah guild will meet the same afternoon with Mrs. Nora Ponsar. Mrs. J. Fred Ingels will lead the study of the same lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Don Simpson were their daughter, Kan-h; their grandsons, Mark and Paul Ondo; and his sister, Mrs. Marguerite Blomstrom, all of Waukcgan III. Mr. and Mrs. l-'rank Paschal and daughter, of Rogers, Ark., visited recently in the home of A. E. Knight, uncK- of Mrs. Paschal. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrader and Mrs. Erwin Schrader spent the week-end with the former's daughter-in-law, Mrs. Herbert Schrader and family, Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weieneth and family, of Webster City, were guests of her parents, the Andrew Gantenbeins, several days the past week. Mrs. Mabel Munges, of Storm Lake, spent the past wee"k visiting her cousin, Mrs. Or.-ih Pat- soy, and other relatives in Arlington. Klilridgc-, Mrs. Harold Hare, Mrs. Chester .Cumberland and Mrs. George Salmon taking part. Plans were made for a blind auction at the July 6 meeting, with Mrs. Floy Gk.w. Nineteen sick calls were reported for May. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her daughters-in-law. The Martini circle met the same aflirnoon with Mrs. I.Y-n- alcl Hurl/.. They also featured the pledge service presented by Mrs. Elmer Miller, Stella Knighi, Mrs. Wayne P. Truesdell and Mrs. George Carley. A blind auction was held with the proceeds going to the circle's treasury. Mrs. Hart?; was assisted during the lunch hour by Mrs. Trui-sdcll. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS l ; ree copy of mystery Farm picture to owner For making identification The picture above was taken of a farm somewhere, in Fayette county, in the vicinity of the town of Fayi-tte. The mystery farm pictures arc •• series sponsored by the Fay to Leader frr :hi? intrresl of its many readers,. If the owner of the farm pic- Uuvd above will ;;|op in at the Leadrr ufi'ici 1 he will receive free of ehargr a , r ) \- 7 «lossy print of llu- picture. There- is nofliing to buy. All that is asked of the own:•]• is a little information .so that tile farm picture may be identified [•.,[• t;,i; public the following \Vfl.-Jf. Ingels honored at J. I'Yi-d Ingcls, of Maynard, a ""•nib •!' iif I he d.-i.ss of I.'IOO, the Gold Medal class, was honored Fayette Leader Pa'ge 5 June 8, 1961 Fayelle, Iowa during Alumni Days, June 2-4, a! Iowa State university in Ames. At a Gold Medal supper in Memorial Union, Friday evening, members i f the 100G graduation class were awarded gold medals by the Alumni association. President James H. Hilton made the presentations. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foss spent Memorial Day with their son, Dr. John F. Foss and family, Burlington. Memorial week-end guests of Circles held meetings Thursday afternoon MAYNARD — Mrs. Elmer Klink entertained the Esther circle of the W.S.C.S. in her home- Thursday afternoon, June 1. Mrs. Tilla Davis, Mrs. Roy Conrade and baby, Mrs. Herbert L. Bryant, Mrs. Norman Klink and Mrs. Kenneth Klink were guests of the 15 members present. The program featured the pledge service with Mrs. William DUBUOUE PACKING CO. LIVESTOCK BUYING STATION Phone 91 or 9109 Floyd Poisohl. Manajor We'll Bid On ALL CLASSES OF LIVESTOCK On The Farm Fill Your Gas Tank at RAY'S FINA SERVICE and Receive 2c per gallon DISCOUNT RAY'S FINA SERVICE Maynard, Iowa Phone 56 Carley brother injured MAYNARD — George Carley has received word that his brother, Charles, is in the Caffee hospital, Springville, N. Y., following an accident. While assisting in razing a building, a section of the roof caved in unexpectedly, pinning him under a heavy timber. It took an hour and one-half to release him. Both legs were broken above the knees in addition to minor injuries. JUNE IS MAYNARD BARGAIN SHOP First Place East Of Maynard Coffee Shop NEW and USED Dishe* Clothes Shoes only $350 a day rent an" ELECTRIC POWER SPRAYER NOW—kill dlMM« genni and flies in all your firm build- ingt the «uy, low coit way I Spray with Carbola, the dlein- feeling white paint that destroy* profit-killing inieoti and fennt on contact. Stop in at our store today foi s supply of Carbola and aik about our low-rental Portable Sprayer* for 0/iJy f3M Per Day. GRHT im, Hamilton Hardware Maynard, Iowa L COMPLETE PROCESSING For Your LOCKER or HOME FREEZER MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE Phone 65 — Maynard, Iowa SPAHN AND ROSE LUMBER CO. JOHN FULLER, Manager PHONE 47 MAYNARD, IOWA All Types Of Building Materials READY - MIX CONCRETE EARL FOSS IMPLEMENT See Us For Your HAYING EQUIPMENT YOU Phone 7009 Maynard, Iowa DAVE'S MARKET Phone 62 Maynard, Iowa KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Prop., John Miehe Featuring DOUBLE LOAD WASHER Hours: 7 A. M. to 10 P. M. MAYNARD COOPERATIVE CO. FEED FELCO FEED Livestock - Feed - Grain - Seed - Coal - Tile - Paint GRINDING AND MIXING OUR SPECIALTY Phone 36 — Maynard, Iowa

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