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June 15, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Maynard New Volume I, Number 4 Plan reading program For Harlan youngsters MAYNARD — For the second year the members of the Maynard Community library board will sponsor "Vacation Reading", a summer program for boys and girls of Harlan township, who will be in the fourth through the eighth grades of school next year. This program will begin Saturday, June 17. Each one taking part is asked to read at least 10 books during the following 10 weeks. Three of these may be chosen from a list to be posted in the library. The other seven may be free choice. These books will be on display on the opening day of the program. Special awards will be presented on the closing day of the project, August 26, to all who meet the requirements. Present band concerts MAYNARD — Karen Bartachek, instrumental instructor in the West Central Community schools, is announcing that a series of band concerts will be given during June. The first of the series was held on Saturday, June 10, at Randalia. Rehearsals for the concerts will be at 7:30 p. m. each Thursday evening in the band room of the Maynard school. Anyone in the area who plays an instrument is invited to attend anff to participate in this summer program. Thursday, June 15, 1961 . Social Hour club meets members. JVeWA, The Social Hour club met Fri- Other ?uests were: Mrs " Cliff ~ rlay with Mrs. Don Smith ten ^ ilso "' Elgin ' Mrs ' Stella Lund Mr. and Mr, Dom.d Uvings- ".embers wore present. Roll call r^^M^SSSy 1 'aJS, SK ton and i.iniily, Grand Island, was " M >" Id <-a of ;' Vacation." Don Culligan. Mrs. Harry Lund. "-' . arc visiting his parents, Pi'»gr;un vvj.; by Mrs Konald Ash Mrs. LaVerne Klnsel and Mrs! and Mrs. Earl Livingston, and Mrs - R'"gcr Lund. Mrs. Lund Don Durfey, Cedar Rapids, a with her relatives at ancl M''*- Etl Campbell are new former member. Mr. anil als LOCALS Visit county home MAYNARD — Ten girls of the Harlan NRG 4-H club accompanied by two leaders made a trip to the Fayette County Home, Saturday, June 3, as a special activity of the month. They took with them a box of baked goods and fruit for the residents of the home. Mrs. Merle Caldwell, matron of the home, led them on a tour of the buildings and grounds, pointing out many facts of interest to all. The next regular meeting of the club will be at the Backbone state park, where it has been planned for a cBnp-out on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 20-21. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nicholson wtre in Mount Pleasant Monday. June 5, to attend the 10 a. m. commencement exercises at the Iowa Wesleyan college. Their daughter, Mrs. Eugene Theilbert, the former Glcnda Nicholson, was one of the 44 graduates. They were accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Anna Nicholson, and aunt, Mrs. Tina McCawley. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Carley and children, of Alleman, were Sunday guests of his parents, the George Carleys. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Behrens, of Edgewood, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Anna Friedley. The Rev. Calvin Willemssen, former pastor of the "United Presbyterian church, and family now of Shakopee, Minn., were in town Monday, June 5, calling on friends. Mrs. David Parswns, Mrs. Chester Cumberland and Mrs. Clyde Renfrow were at New Hampton, Monday evening, June 5, to attend the meeting of the Order of Eastern Star, which was observing "Friendship Night." Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miner have moved from near Randalia to the downstairs apartment of the Orrin Scwell residence near the school house. Miner, who recently returned from service, is employed by the Maynard Commission company. A new stamp cancelling machine was installed the past week at the Maynard post office by the U. S. postal department. Mrs. William A. Stephens and children left last week to spend several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Gardner at Turrell, Ark. She will also visit her husband's mother, Mrs. Clara Stephens, Conway, Ark., while he is attending summer school at Iowa State university, Ames. Mrs. Anna Nicholson was in Peoria, 111., Saturday, June 3, to attend the funeral services for her sister-in-law, Mrs. Leora King. Others from here who attended the services were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rhoaaes, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harrison, and Mrs. Ruth Kelly of Hazleton. Roger F. Maddigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Maddigan, was one of t;ie 1!)G1 graduates of Loras college, Dubuque, who received a Bachelor of Arts degree. Charles Whitney, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitney, was sworn in Monday, June 5, as a highway patrol license examiner stationed at Dos Moincs. Whitney, a 1948 graduate of the Maynard Consolidated school, lived in the Maynard community until he moved to Cedar Falls some months ago to accept a similar position with the highway patrol. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnholt were in Waterloo, Tuesday evening, June 6, to attend the commencement exercises at the West Senior high school. Their nephew, Bob Sisk, one of the graduates, returned home with them to spend the remainder of the week. Shadl nard and George .1 Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Shadlc. (•f Upper Iowa i-tti', plans to Her husband is per Iowa. They will make then home in Maynard for the- summer. a lilfii ^"luiUi- university. Kay- e.ieii n>'x! year. a Mudcnt at' Up June 9. Monte, illness. Held swimming party MAYNARD — Peggy Glew observed her seventh birthday anniversary Monday, June 5, by entertaining two friends, Marva Jo Ingols and Becky Jo Rhoades, her sister and brother, Bonnie and Charles Glew, at a swimming party at Oelwein. Evening guests in her honor at the DelbeTt Glew home were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gilley; her grandmother, Mrs. Floy Glew; her great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gilley; :md Mr. and Mrs. Merril Glew and family. Memorial services Set for Thursday MAYNARD -- Memorial services for Mrs. Grare Hurdick Ashcraft, 70, a former Maynard resident, will be held at the Emmanuel Methodist church at .'i p. m., Thursday. June If). Mrs. Ashcraf! died Friday. at a musing home in El Calif., following a long She had made her home- in California since leaving Maynard 20 years ago. The body will be cremated and the ashes brought later to Maynard for burial in the Long Grove cemetery beside hei husband. Russell Burdick. She is survived by two sons: Clayton Burdick. Rcinbeck: and Robert Burdick, California: and two daughters, Mrs. Roland (Flossie) Priestly, in Oregon, and Mrs. Walter (.June) Wagner, Cedar Falls. Honored at dinner MAYNARD — Joel Brockman, Marilyn Nichohvn, Bessie Lundry. Kenneth Fricdly and Kenneth Hubbell, all 19G1 high school graduates and members of the United Presbyterian church, were honored at the fellowship dinner held Sunday, June 4, following the morning service. The Rev. Carl R. Carlsen concluded his brief talk with them by presenting each with a gift from the congregation. Married on Sunday MAYNARD — On Sunday, June 11 at 2 p. m., occurred the marriage of Carolyn A. Hoeft and Larry G. Shadle, at the St. John's Lutheran church near Garner. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoeft, Garner, and Mrs. Ruth E. Shadle of May- Gamier - Rhines vows Exchanged Saturday Sondra Jean Rhines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Rhinos, Clear Lake-, and John Louis Gamier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gamier, Maynard, were married at 7:30 p. m., Saturday, June 10, at the First Presbyterian church, Oelwein. The Rev. Richard B. Emery officiated at tlie double ring ceremony. The bride, a graduate of the Oelwein high school and Gates Business college in Waterloo, has been employed at the Perpetual Savings and Loan Associations in Waterloo. Her husband, a graduate of the Maynard Consolidated school, has attended Upper Iowa university in Fayette, and the University of Missouri at Columbia. Following their wedding trip, the couple will go to California to make their home. Mr. anil Mrs. Li-uis Halverson, Holly airl Cindy, of Hopkinton, came Tuesday to visit in the; par- tntul Floyd Patterson home Hi lly remained with her graiui- pauiits and Cindy stayed with her aunt, Mrs. Fay Whittenbough while the Halvcrsons went on to .Si- iightoii, Wis. to find a home. Mr. Halversoii is teaching there Hi;; yi ar. Gerald Hcnul is visiting his friend, Joanne Fenner at Arch- ih.ild, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Patterson i f Tripoli were over nifiht guests Saturday night with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patterson. Mrs. l{ay Klingrnan entertained the Little Eight card club in her home Tuesday night with prix.es going to Mrs. Pearl Johnson, Mrs. Johnnie Erickson, Mrs. Elmer S truss and Mrs. Wilfred Bond. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Coke and :• us. of New Jersey, are hen- visiting her mother and brother, Mrs. Marvel Messerli and Keith, and also her father, Walter Messerli of West Union. Mrs Hit-hard ErieUson, Mrs. Pearl Johnson and Mrs. Johnnie ErieUson attended a birthday party Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Hay Klingman, in her home at Volga. Terese Baldwin recently completed a six weeks course in nursery school at Upper Iowa university. Twenty pupils at tended the pro-school session, which was conducted under the supervision of Dr. Vearl McBride. Mrs. George Lci.-nharl was one of the teachers. LUCY'S GARDEN OF EATEN Sunday Menu Dinners Served From 11 a. m. io 2 p. m. TOMATO or ORANGE JUICE FRIED CHICKEN BAKED HAM MASHED POTATOES & GRAVY BAKED BEANS TOSSED SALAD HOT DINNER ROLLS COFFEE ICE TEA MILK DESSERTS Apple Pie i co Cream Strawberry Shor» Cake PLATE DINNER $1 50 Gene Wm. Singer PLUMBING HEATING WIRING CONTRACTOR FAYETTE, IOWA PHONE 247 TRY LEADER WANT ADS FOR SURPRISING RESULTS PLAN NOW TO CONVERT YOUR PRESENT OIL OR GAS FURNACE TO Natural Gas You can economically convert from oil or coal io natural gas without buying a new furnace or boiler. There is a conversion burner designed to facilitate difficult or formerly impossible oil - to - gas conversions. Peak economy, efficiency and trouble-free, automatic operation are yours with this revolutionary new gas conversion burner. Moderately - priced, the conversion burner offers many advantages to the home owner. Extremely quiet burner operation is assured. Normal burner operation can be continued even during power failures. This alone will assure burner operation in emergencies. Maximum efficiency is assured through a wide range of capacities. Clean, economical Natural Gas assures you a continuous supply of fuel free from dust, dirt and fumes. With natural gas you no longer need space for fuel storage, unsightly tanks or bins. Now. for the first time, you can have a completely automatic heating system. Now is the time to contact your local dealer or plumber to avoid the rush when natural gats arrive*. Mr. Clifford Hayes, your local Peoples Natural Gai Service man, will gladly advise you •bout converting your home to natural gas. Phono 266. YOUR FAYETTE PLUMBERS & FURNACE DEALERS ARE — BIG GAIN Economy Corner FREE! SET OF COW HOBBLES! Get a FREE sot of Master Kicker, tho most effective cow hobble over built, wilh each HALF-TON CASH PURCHASE OF BIG GAIN DAIRY FEEDS1 Hurry . . . offer good only while supply lastsl SINGER PLUMBING & HEATING Phone 247-R-2 E. H. CARLEY PLUMBING & HEATING Phone 77 VANDERSEE PLUMBING & HEATING Phone 194 GAS WATER HEATERS ARE ON DISPLAY AT OUR LOCAL OFFICE NOW PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Office Between Fayette Leader & Theatre — Clifford Hayes, Mgr. — Phone 266 UVB MODERN...FOR LESS...WITH NATURAL GAS You can always feel "at home" £.1 Big Gain Products. We'll bo glad to talk over your feed problems wilh you . . . and help you remedy them with expert advico and reliable, up-to-date producti. HOG FEEDS Cwt. 35% Broud Sow Supplement 5.C5 41% Hog Supplement 5.85 32% Mineral Stock Food 5.40 17 % Pig Starter and Grower 5.40 10% Pig Pre-Starter 6.05 Kid-Ezy Hog Wormer 0.30 13% Hag Pellets (w|3 Nitro) 4.00 Pig Booster (w|NF-180) 6.45 No Additional Charge For Above Foods In Pellet Form. All Purpose Mineral 3.90 Lactone (Mineralized Yeast) 6.10 Trimix Mineral 4.85 with Phenothiazine 5.30 B. G. Supreme Mineral 5.35 Earth Iron (5 Ib. can) ... . 2.75 Earth Iron (25 Ib. pail) 10.95 BEEF & DAIRY 40% Beef Supplement 5.20 33% Beef Balancer 4,85 32% Beef Builder (w|Rumen factor) 4.75 34% Beef (A) Supplement (No Urea) .... 5.65 23% Mor-Las Pellets . 4.35 34% Dairy Supreme (no Urea) 5.25 18% Calf Creep (Sweet) 5.30 32% Oalf Pellets 5.10 32% Spring Pasture (w|Rumen factor) — 4.65 14% Bulky Sweet 3.35 The above Beef Feeds available with Stil- besirol at extra cost. ENTER OUR $25.00 CASH DRAWING FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE We urge each and every one of the farmers in ibis area to come in and register now for our big 525.08 Cash Drawing is be held ihe last day of May. Entor at Big Gain in West Union or Fayette. Remember, the more you enter, ihe boter your chances to win! May winners were Ray Senner, West Union, and Irwin Bodenateiner, West Union. POULTRY Cwt. 30% Poultry Supplement w|NF-180 6M5 32% Poultry Supplement 5.60 MVc Cafeteria w|NF-180 . 5.45 20% Cafeteria Egg Maker 4.80 17% Miracle All-Mash 4.60 Chick Starter w|NF-180 5.15 Chick Pre-starter w|NF-180 (1 Ib. per bird) _ S.60 17% Developing Chick Grower wjNF-180 _ _ 4.80 Poultry Booster (w|NF-180) 5.95 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS For Sileago Preservative. We Have Pure Cane Sugar _ 7,70 Sil-O-Lus ... .... . 3.15 Soybean Meal Expeller 4,70 Soybean Meal Solvent 4.35 Linseed Meal Expillcr 3.85 Linseed Meal Solvent 3.55 Cottonseed Meal ......... 4.25 Tankage (00%) 5.65 Meat Scraps (50%) 5.C5 Steamed Bone Meal 6.00 Bran 2.55 Wheat Mixed Feed _ 2.55 Red Dog ._ Rolled Oats Hy-Grade Pulverized Oats 2,85 4.20 2.40 Alfalfa Meal 17% 100,000 (A) .... Suit _ Oyster Shells Stonemo Grit - 3.00 1.80 1.75 1.80 Molasses (Pure Blackstrap) 2.40 Dried Molasses 5,00 Sweetone Dried Molasses 5.40 ECHO VALLEY FEEDS Hog Supplement, 40% Protein, 6% Fibre Hog Supplement, 34% Protein, 12% Fibre Brood Sow Supplement, 35% Protein, 8.5% Fibre Beef Supplement, 32% Protein, 0% Fibre Beef Supplement, 40% Protein, 8.5% Fibre Poultry Cafeteria, 27% Protein, 5.2% Fibre Poultry Concentrate, 35% Protein, 6% Fibre .._ F.O.B. West Union, Iowa 5.35 - 5.00 . 5.10 . 4.60 .. 4.90 . 4.75 .. 5.25 Dairy White Bara Lime Liquid — 1.00 8.60 Wormer __ pt. 1.50; Qt. 2.00; Gal. PA-12 Peptonized Iron w|B12 (30cc) _.* _ _ 4.50 62% Whey Blocks 80 Ibs. Grade A Tri 25 Ib. pail Super Call Kit _.._ 25 Ib. pack Mycin Mix, 3& Ib. Can White Salt Blocks Iodized Salt Blocks Trace Mineral Salt Blocks Sulferized Salt Blocks Darling's Mineral Blocks Feedsol (Dried Fish Solubles on Soybean Meal) Scour Scare 1 Ib. 5 Ibs. 3.40 4.95 4.05 8.50 .88 1.10 1.36 1.00 2.75 8.10 1.25 3.85 Pi-Val Rat Poison Ask us about other Items that interest you . . . We have everything. BIG GAIN Feeds WEST UNION 144 FAYETtEm

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