Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 4
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Maynard News Volume I, Number 6 Bryant fu.vii!/ guests At farewell party MAYNARD — The Rev. and Mrs. HirlK'it L. Bryant and family were honored at a farewell eourti sy at the Emmanuel Methodist church Friday evening, June 23, with Sam Holmes as master of ceremonies. The program included devotions by Finettc Bruner and Carolyn Dugan: a vocal solo by Mrs. LaRayne Mills; a vocal trio by the Fortune sisters, Donna, Candace and Sandra; a vocal trio by the Fausch sisters, Judy, l)i lores and Virginia, all accompanied by Ajin Gilmer; and brief talks by Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer and Robert Dugan. The Rev. Bryant responded with a farewell message and Sam Holmes presented a gift to iJ-.e familv on behalf of the W.S.C.S.'the M.Y.F., Methodist Men. Sunday school and the choir. The program closed with the "Lord's Prayer" by the a capclla choir. Refreshments were served under the direction of Mrs. Ciiester Cumberland. Rev. Bryant, who has served the Maynard and Arlington churches frr the past four years, is being transferred to the Schaller - Arthur charge. He will be succeeded by the Rev. H. C. Shafcr, who has been at Melvin. He will live in Arlington. LOCALS Dr. and Mrs. Dale Stewart, Marianna, Fla., were guests this week of Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Miehe, and of A. E. Knight and family. The Stewarts are moving to Oelwein, where they have purchased a residence. Dr. Stewart, a native (if Maynard, is a retired veterinarian and federal meat inspector and was meat inspector for the state of Florida, prior to moving to Oelwein. Mrs. Albert Walskog, of Fredericksburg, was a visitor of Mrs. Charlotte Ranney Wednesday June 21. The Walskogs we former Maynard residents wh he served as buttermaker at the Harlan creamery. Mrs. Dorothy Field, Long Beach, Calif., is a guest this week of her aunt, Mrs. Paul Lehniger, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jameson and son, Nicki, of Los Angeles, Calif., Florence Jameson of Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Clarence Fish of Urbana were Tuesday dinner guests of their cousin, A. E. Knight and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beers and daughter, of Muskogee, Oklahoma, were Friday guests of Mrs. Blanche Perry and Mrs. Faye Cummings. The three women were schoolmates in the early 1900's. Harold Burdick, Vernon Center, Minn., came Friday, June 23, for a visit with his sister. Mrs. Blanche Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Radeker and family of Freeport. 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Carlcy and family of Allcman spent Father's Day in the parental George Carlcy hi'ine. Kathy Radeker remained for a two week's stay with her grandparents, and Linda Rechtcmeyer, who accompanied them here, will spend the two weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. Erma Simpson. Thursday, June 29, 1961 sen, each made a net to catch insects for identification and mounting. The meeting closed with the living circle and the Cub Scout promise. Treats were served by the Den Mother. Exhibit and photographic salon, .$1,025; farm gadget show,$700. Competitors in the 4-H and J 1 '. F. A. classes will receive $35,990 in cash prizes. Cunningham said premium catalogs for the fair are available by writing the Iowa State Fair Board, State House, Dcs Moines. outside of committee. — B — This week the House passed the Administration Housing Bill, be up in 1962 by qbout seven per cent and up someW"hat less during the rest of lWi. *Wiis, in my opinion, is directly related which the Senate had already to the current feed program and State fair prizes Total near $220,000 Nearly $220,000 in cash will be offered exhibitors at the 103rd Iowa State Fair, Lloyd B. Cunningham, fair board secretary, announced here today. Cunningham said the total $219,412 ranks well with record premiums in 19G1 when the World Hereford Conference Snow increased cattle prizes. The 1961 fair dates are Aug. 25-Sept. 3. Largest cash awards are in the national livestock show competition with $115,411 for horses, cattle, swine, sheep and poultry and pigeons, plus S3,110 for the Iowa Quality Meat Contest (Carcass). Other cash offerings in the major departments include: agriculture, $3,771; horticulture, including $2,537 for fruit, $1,427 for pledge to allegiance. Several vegetables, and S2.000 for flow- Cub Scouting songs were used ™° kln ?- bakl "6 and canning and roll call was answered by fi' 670 ' * piarv ' $ 576; Natlona ! naming three insects each had Honey Show, 8600; sewing and seen during the past week. The current project, "Learning ab.-ut insects", was begun at this meeting, and under the direction of the Rev. Carl R. Carl- Cub Scouts compete ; t In nail driving Contest at Maynard MAYNARD — A nail driving contest preceded the regular meeting of the Cub So^uts in Den 3, Pack 74, at the home of their Den, Mother, Mrs. Tom Samuelson, Monday afternoon, June 19. Winner of the contest was Kim Thomas, with Ray Paul as runner-up. Kirby Samuelson led the group in the Cub Scout salute and JAMES E. BROMWEU SECOND IOWA DISTRICT We still have the cart before tne horse. It is now almost the first of July in a year of deepening problems across the free world and the Congress has not yet been asked to act in the defense and foreign relations fields, passed. Minor differences between the two bills will be ironed out in conference. This is a $4.9 billion program which will extend for four years and which will be of interest to all home owners and municipal authorities in the District. A substitute bill which would have limited the program to one year was defeated. — B — The Castro tractor deal seems to have fizzled. The net result of this movement was national embarrassment and not one prisoner free. There is an old saying, "When you sup with the Devil, use a long spoon." — B — I do not expect any action on Federal aid to education until the week of July 10th at the earliest. The difficulties, which are many, have resolved themselves into intra-party parliamentary problems. — B — The Prime Minister of Japan addressed the House on June 22nd and was accorded a warm welcome. Like the President of Tunisia, he is an impressive man and speaks well. — B — Pig farrowings are forecast to may, In the long ,«Hi, ,4 *0W« whether it is sound or not. There is a tendency here in Washington to consider feed grain as something apart from the livestock industry. — B — The Senate has defeated an attempt to control billboards along interstate highways. A rather surprising number of people have written expressing their concern on this ksue. The House has not yet acteOt up:>n it. — B — A number of people in the District have organized discussion groups to discuss public matters, particularly foreign affairs. This is an extremely wholesome sign. — B — We have been glad to see a good many visitors from the District over this week including the ladies who were here to attend the American Association of University Women convention, and a number of families on vacation are enjoying this good weather. SELL YOUR DONT WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS other handwork, $1,792; rural family living, SI,900; Iowa Art Booster club plays host For Maynard residents MAYNARD — An estimated 250 to 300 Maynard residents attended the second annual picnic, sponsored by the Booster club at the Maynard park, Thursday, June 22. A total of 75 pounds of weiners, 140 pounds of baked beans, 20 gallons of ice cream, plus buns, bread, cheese, sliced meats, coffee and pop were served by the spjnsors. Maynard's little league teams won a double header from Arlington. The fifth and sixth graders won 2-1 and the seventh and eighth graders, 4-1. Risinger resigns MAYNARD — Mark Risinger, who has been the elementary supervisor at the West Central Community school since 1957, has resigned to accept a position with the North Central school district at Manly. He will be the principal of the school at Plymouth. No successor has been named. Attend double funeral MAYNARD — Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Sewell drove to Atlantic Saturday, June 17, where on Monday they attended the double funeral services for her nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hardenbergh, who were killed in a car accident near Des Moines. Present last concert MAYNARD — The West Central school band gave its last concert of the summer at Maynard, Saturday evening, June 24, under the direction of Karen Bartachek, instrumental music instructor at the school. YOUR FELCO MEMBER COOPERATIVE OPERATES FOR YOUR BENEFIT ONLY You are the only one who profits from Fclco products. All margins are passed back to you ... as a part owner of your Fclco member cooperative. And, you have a voice in the management. Yes, Fclco livestock and poultry feeds, fertilizers, seeds, chemicals and other products otTer you the best quality at the lowest price because you are a part owner in the company. Take advantage of the combined buying power of 150,000 farmers. Join your local Felco member cooperative right away. CONTACT... Maynard Co-op Co. Phone 36 MAYNARD, IOWA COMPLETE PROCESSING FOR YOUR FREEZER MAYNARD LOCKER Phone 65 Maynard, Iowa Thanks — I would like to thank all of our customers for their patronage during my six years as manager of the Spahn and Rose Lumber Co. in Maynard. I have accepted a position as auditor with the Spahn and Rose Co., and will be working with 12 lumber yards, beginning the first of July. We have enjoyed working with everyone in the Maynard area, and will continue to live here in the new home we are building. The new manager of the Spahn and Rose Lumber Co. in Maynard will be Duane Slaufon, who has been manager of the Spahn and Rose lumber yard in Greeley for the past eight years. Duane is mat- rid and has four children. Thanks again for your patronage, and your continued friendship. JOHN FULLER Spahn & Rose Lbr. Co. "ONE PIECE OR A CARLOAD" John Fuller, Mgr. Phone 47 — Maynard, Iowa Egg Mrs. Bert Rouse of near Ayrshire found the largest egg she has seen. The horizontal circumference measured 9% inches and the vertical, 8%. The egg enclosed a complete normal egg with a double yolk. Egg white filled the space between the outside shell of the smaller egg and the interior shell of the larger. <3H COOP* Now...for the first time you can... TOolco- HAY MOW CONVEYOR SYSTEM 1 BALI CHUTI - for easy handling of bait* from wagon. 2 SPIUNO CHAIN TrOHTINI* - Takes up slack - for •xtro high lifts. 3 TRANSMR OMVI UNIT - Optional for sliort Installation! - drives both toctloni from on* motor. 4 MOW HANOI If - for quick. easy Installation In barn. 5 DIV6RTO* MCTfON - Deflecti bales to right or Itft. 6 UNPUCAMIAM - for elevating and transporting. 7 BAU OUIOI - Guides bale over transfer drive. Manufactured bv Malmgren Implement Mfg. Co. (Man.) Ltd., if. Boniface, Manitoba, Can. MALCO's Exclusively Now Natures • N*. SI CHAIN II STANDARD WUIPMINT ON AU UCTtONS. * New sprocket type return chain lifter In* creeses chain Me end practically eliminates breakage. * Patented Dlverlor Sect Ion, operated from the safety ef the bans fleer, discharges bates to right or left, and will handle round, square, or half bales. e New, Improved transfer drive unit provides a continuous drive between two sections operating from horizontal through any angle to 45*. • Sectional contfrwctfeni Available In 4', 8', 17, and lo' section*. EARL FOSS IMPLEMENT pT*JH^^kJf*J MAYNARD, IOWA refrigerate with natural gas Thrifty, dependable natural gas refrigerates with no moving parts. It's so silent you can't hear it work! The "motor" is the constant, unfailing natural gas flame which never wears out. That's why the natural gas refrigerator outwears any other kind... is almost completely trouble free. Modern, automatic natural,gas provides all the features you want in a refrigerator... lots of easy-to-use space, and a roomy freezer section. And only your gas refrigerator has the Automatic Ice Maker that replaces every ice cube you use. Abundant, economical natural gas is now ready to refrigerate your food. Plan today to convertand pufcriaturaljjas to work in your home. Start living in the modern manner — a«torrut4<*Uy*with natural gas. Office Bfltwsmffj LIVE Mgr. ^Phon^ea '4 friOvt SiitUt

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